In PHP it's just values in an array (or nested arrays). Created as: $tpl = array( "nesting" => $nesting );
Then: $template->set('vanilla', $tpl); and so forth. Does that help? -A 2009/1/2 Maciej Łebkowski <m.lebkow...@gmail.com> > On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 08:47, Alister Cameron > <alister.came...@cameroncreative.com> wrote: > > Now, can someone explain to me why the first line outputs the value of > > vanilla/nesting correctly, but the next line throws a PHPTAL error, > saying > > 'Unable to find path nst in current scope'. > > Because the error message is not about vanilla/nesting, but about nst var. > So - the condition tag is evaluated first. > > > Also, the very fact that I have tried to define a special variable (nst) > is > > that I can't get the PHP condition to recognise the value of > > vanilla/nesting. > > There is no such thing as vanilla/nesting in php. There could > be vanilla->nesting or vanilla->nesting() or vanilla[nesting]. > Which one of those is vanilla/nesting? > > > -- > Maciej Łebkowski, http://lebkowski.info/kontakt.php > > _______________________________________________ > PHPTAL mailing list > PHPTAL@lists.motion-twin.com > http://lists.motion-twin.com/mailman/listinfo/phptal > > -- Alister Cameron Managing Director Cameron Creative Pty Ltd www.cameroncreative.com Creative, Strategic, Innovative... never boring!
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