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5 comments on commit 70a1c88

Such a pity! First, let me thank for this great tool, which helped me enormously in frontend prototyping. Of course I respect your decision to no longer maintain this repository. But please re-enable to documentation pages and the issues. Thanks!

gsound replied Aug 19, 2016

I found this in web archive.

I am making a copy to host it somewhere else.

Some links are obviously broken. It's just for the documentation. All rights reserved to Paul Armstrong.

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A forked project has continue with its maintenance :)

Let's support it.

gido replied Sep 8, 2016

Yes would be nice to re-enable issue tracker. It's the best way to find a new maintainer.
What do you think @paularmstrong ?


paularmstrong replied Sep 8, 2016

There was an attempt to fork and keep a maintained build going, but they seem to have also given up due to lack of interest and not enough PRs.

You can build the docs yourself using make docs

Hi @paularmstrong, actually is very active, they have already got the docs back online and are reviewing new pull requests. I'm sure there will be plenty of interest in keeping swig maintained as it is by far the best JavaScript template engine available, thanks for your contributions in the past. If there is a way to re-enable the issue tracker it would be exceedingly helpful to those of us who would like to continue improving swig-templates. Thanks again for your hard work, Cheers.

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