My impression of this question is that it is asking for a library recommendation (for a templating library in Python). My reasoning is that it is asking for a feature that is provided by many libraries, without giving a particular reason to judge that certain libraries would solve his problem better than others would.

The OP disagrees, a couple of users answered (including myself originally), and others haven't voted to close. Thus, I'm asking whether this actually is a "Not Constructive" library recommendation question, and if it's not, what distinguishes it?

  • Not constructive in my book. – Emil Feb 17 '13 at 23:35
  • Even though your answer is largely composed of a link to a list, it's a good response in a way, since it short-circuits the procession of "Use X." "Use Y." answers that are the reason library recommendation questions should be closed. I almost think you should undelete it. – Josh Caswell Feb 17 '13 at 23:53
  • @JoshCaswell: That's an interesting point. I went ahead and undeleted it. I suppose the OP could accept it if he likes. – David Robinson Feb 18 '13 at 0:10

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