Hello Lars,

Friday, March 21, 2008, 12:10:30 AM, you wrote:

> Hi Marcus,

> Am Donnerstag, den 20.03.2008, 21:59 +0100 schrieb Marcus Boerger:
> [...]
>>   so instead promoting code fixes we are promoting bad style, is that what
>>   you want? I am strongly against this! Please revert and ask for once.

> The idea was more or less the following (extremely simplified):

> index.php:
> $title = 'My Title';
> $text = 'This is a bit of text to be passed to the template';
> ini_set('short_open_tag', 'on');
> require_once 'path/to/my/template.phtml';
> ini_set('short_open_tag', 'off');

> template.phtml:
> <h1><?=escape($title)?></h1>
> <p><?=escape($text)?></p>

> I feel that this is a perfectly valid use-case.

Generally the PHP way is to be more precise and don't get overexcited about
ways to reduce keystrokes. So you would use '<?php echo' instead of '<?='.

Best regards,

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