Le vendredi 10 octobre 2008 à 16:05 +0100, Kornel Lesiński a écrit :

> On 10-10-2008 at 15:46:10 Guillaume Lecanu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > If PHPTAL read it, I suppose all readed macros will be saved in memory,
> > and so we should uses it everywhere without the need of ${m};
> You could try to hack PHPTAL::executeMacro() function - get base function  
> name that your macro template file uses (the same way that executeMacro)  
> does it), store it somewhere, and then when local macro is executed, and  
> local function doesn't exist, instead of throwing an exception, retry with  
> another function name.
> I've made some changes to this function today, so use SVN version of  

Ok, thanks for your help.
I'll try to see what I can do.

Have a good we.

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