Hi, why are "value" variables of loops (e.g. tal:repeat) set in the global scope ($ctx)?
Yesterday I run into an error, because a template variable I set, got overwritten in a repeat loop in a template, because the "value" variable had the same name: PHP: ==== [...] $page = array( 'title' => 'My page' ); $subPages = getSubPages(); // returns an object $tpl->set('page', $page); $tpl->set('subPages', $subPages; [...] Template: ========= [...] <p tal:repeat="page subPages" tal:content="page/my/value" /> ^^^^ |- This is what I call "value" variable [...] <span tal:content="page/title" /> [...] ...the last line will throw an error, because "page" is the last item of "subPages" and not my defined array. Wouldn't it be better, if PHPTAL defines its own "value" variable (and also unset the variable after the loop, as the PHP documentation recommends)? -- Regards, Igor _______________________________________________ PHPTAL mailing list PHPTAL@lists.motion-twin.com http://lists.motion-twin.com/mailman/listinfo/phptal