After looking at the wiki page examples, couldn't we solve this with
specialized tales modifiers?
<option tal:repeat="opt options" tal:attributes="selected equals: opt,
<tr tal:repeat="row rows" tal:attributes="class ternary:repeat.row.odd,
It's a bit more verbose but they are quite declarative and should be
easy to implement in the current PHPTAL infrastructure.
On 11/17/09 2:05 PM, Kornel Lesiński wrote:
On 17-11-2009 at 12:35:02 Marco Pivetta <ocram...@gmail.com> wrote:
I know it's not an elegant solution, but it's a solution and I
already use it: what about tal:define?
It is already possible to fix those tales problems wrapping content
within a tal:omit-tag-ed "definer element" or directly a tal:define
I don't understand how does it help.
If you have "selected_id" variable and want to select <option> with
that ID, how would you do it with tal:define? without help of php:
even/odd classes can be done with pure TALES and tal:omit-tag, but
<tr class="even" tal:omit-tag="repeat/row/odd">
<tr class="odd" tal:omit-tag="repeat/row/even">
I'm probably loosing the point of the discussion, but I don't really
see any reason to make the syntax more complex and also a bit heavyer
to compute for the parser...
This would be heavier only once during template compilation, so
performance is not a problem.
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