On 11 Jan 2010, at 21:07, <the...@spiffyjr.me> <the...@spiffyjr.me> wrote:

Is there anyway to prevent PHPTAL from automatically echoing the result of
${php: XXXX}?

There's no explicit way to do it. You could wrap call in function that returns nothing (e.g. substr(XXXX,0,0)).

I have integrated PHPTAL with Zend Framework and Dojo but
have an issue when attempting to use dojo().onLoadCaptureStart().

// inline-content.tpl.html
<tal:block>
${helper: dojo().onLoadCaptureStart()}
        function _initLoader() {
                dojo.parser.parse(dojo.body());
                dojo.fadeOut({
                        node: "loader",
                        duration: 420,
                        onEnd: function() {
                                dojo.byId('loader').style.display = "hidden";
                                dojo.byId('layoutContent').style.display = 
"inherit";
                        }
                }).play(25);
        }
${helper: dojo().onLoadCaptureEnd()}

Does Dojo expect to get HTML/XML markup as input, or unescaped script? If the latter, you might get nasty surprise when you use '&' or '<'.

Oh, while I'm thinking
about it, is there a way to do multi-line ${} tags so I don't have to have
such a long line? Something like:

${structure helper:
 dojo().requireModule('dojo.parser')
       .requireModule('dijit.Form')}


I could add that.

--
regards, Kornel


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