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May 16, 2006
Another small update. As far as the application goes, there were a few
bug fixes and some minor usability improvements. The bigger news is
that there is finally a "Getting Started" tutorial up. It's still
incomplete and very unpolished, but it should still be usefull.
You can get to it using the left side menu, or by clicking
You can get the latest release of the application from the
For a complete list of changes in this release, please see the
A couple of the things still in the works are a new template engine based on the
ASP.NET runtime and integrated support for nested regions.
Note: CH3ETAH is still in alpha - in other words the feature
set is still evolving and it is under heavy development. However
it is stable, is being used in production environments, and has
been used on dozens of projects, ranging from small to very large.
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What is the CH3ETAH project?
CH3ETAH's main focus is on code generation and automation
- or more generically, generative programming.
For more information check out the
or if you want, you can jump straight to the animated
Who are they?
CH3ETAH's creator and primary maintainer is Jacob Eggleston.
Igor Leite joined the picture at the beginning of 2005, and
has made significant contributions in almost every area
of the project. Guilherme Bacellar started helping out
in June 2005, and has been especially helpfull in some of
the GUI work.
A special thanks to
for sponsoring a significant part of the development.