On 08-09-2009 at 15:37:04 GRolf <ger...@pictureparking.com> wrote:
I use the PHPTal-templates also to fetch the (text) content of mails.
Is there a way to get the plain-text version of a template? I'd like
it to have the exact spacing & indention...
I would have expected to find a "plain-text" as setOutputMode()-param,
but this doesn't exist ?
PHPTAL intentionally doesn't support plaintext output. For plaintext you
don't need automatic escaping and syntax checking (those are strengths of
PHPTAL), but you need precise control of whitespace (which is a weak spot
For plaintext emails I recommend raw PHP.
If you want to reuse variables from PHPTAL object in e-mails, then use:
$ctx = $phptal->getContext();
You can also access TALES paths outside templates:
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