On 09-09-2009 at 10:10:23 romtek <rom...@gmail.com> wrote:
I have a question on the same topic but with somewhat different details.
<div tal:repeat="item collection">
<div tal:content="php: someFunction(item.id)></div>
That doesn't work for me. The only way to get what I want is to use
tal:define to define a variable set to item.id and pass it to the
Is there a simpler way? Is this a bug?
That works if 'item' is an object and has 'id' property.
If it's an array, null or anything else, you need to adjust syntax
You don't need tal:define, but it could help if you're not sure what
'item' contains and want to use TALES magic:
tal:define="itemid item/id" tal:content="php:someFunction(itemid)"
This is because with "item/id" TAL expression PHPTAL inspects object and
finds "id" in it regardless of type, and with php: you have to know type
and use appropriate syntax (item.id, item['id'], item.id(), etc.).
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