[Grok-dev] a problem with 'static' and macros
kevin at mcweekly.com
Tue May 22 20:06:57 EDT 2007
This should work.
Martijn Faassen wrote:
> Hi there,
> I have discovered a problem with the combination of the 'static'
> variable in page templates in combination with macros.
> 'static' is a special variable that Grok makes available to page
> templates. It makes it easy to refer to static resources in the
> package's 'static' directory:
> <img tal:attributes="src static/myimage.jpg" />
> Now put the above line in a macro. Now put the macro in one package,
> and the page template that uses this macro in another package.
> When the second page template is rendered, the 'static' in the macro
> will reference the static directory in the *new* package, not the
> package the macro itself is in. This is unexpected, as it disallows
> the reuse of macros from other packages if they refer to static
> resources at all.
> We need a solution to this problem. I am at a loss; macros just work
> this way with names, after all. Is it possible to have a "macro-local"
> name only dependent on the view of the macro itself? I have no idea
> how. Anyone got any ideas?
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