[ZDP] Structured Text in Vars/DTML Methods
Fri, 05 Mar 1999 13:02:52 +0100
Dear colleagae Zopista Archivarii,
When including Structured Text (ST) from a DTML Method into
another Document with the fmt="structured-text" attribute, it will be
doubly quoted. This is because the __str__ method of the
DocumentTemplate.HTML class automaticly quotes it's HTML when called.
I have however found a workaround: By calling the ST document's read_raw()
method, you get the unquoted version.
This way we can use unquoted Structured Text examples in our FAQ:
<!--#var "ST_FAQ_Document.read_raw()" fmt="structured-text"-->
Of course, if the ST comes from a property, the read_raw() workaround is
Can someone turn this into a FAQ entry? =)
PS, Pavlos, could your FAQ tool please use Structured Text? We need the
formatting, because otherwise all indentation is lost. I can't upload
Martijn Faassen's FAQ 0.1 right now, because all Python code in it will be
useless without the proper indentation.
M.J. Pieters, Web Developer
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