I have a feeling this was recent:
These used to be interchangeable:
But now it seems that : has gotten funky.
Gets translated to:
<form id="login" method:post="method:post">
I usually use : to indicate something that is not been computed, just a straight string or number and = to mean something that is computed like method= 'po' + 'st' (trite example I know). Is this a bug or is : getting phased out?
method= 'po' + 'st'
I recently removed ':' support so that namespaced keys can be used without lame quotes. I plan on adding it back as an option for those who use it a lot (including us). I wanted to get it out before 1.0
Lol, quite a dramatic issue title!
Haha, yeah, was having a little fun! I previously had wondered if : was going away as I saw less and less examples using it. However I hope there is a way we can still use both, I personally like it over =.
'=' always looked better to me since it's more like html, I would ditch the comma too if we didnt need the delimiter
matter of opinion I suppose, but this seems like a pretty big api switch for a minor version as most of my sites are broken now and have to be changed :(
I can add the option for it
we will 100% need it as well we have tons of jade and im pretty sure most of the files use ":"
ahk :) I keep hitting the close issue button, to close the comment box :) this is an off day :) anyway, that would be super helpful to have that option in there.
Just hit this myself. Used Jade a few months ago, just grabbed a fresh install and all my old files are broken.