On 15-01-2010 at 16:07:45 Peter Niederlag <pe...@niederlag.de> wrote:

I want to explore the possibilities of macros. Using a
metal:define-macro INSIDE my template works as expected.

However I fail to use a macro defined in another file.

Trying to access the same macro from another template by
'metal:use-macro="file.xhtml/mymacro"' unfortunatly fails. :-<

It seems to me that the generated template tries to call a
'tpl_4b5072d9_functions__hdJL174SgV8j9WAXA4fLmw_mymacro()' but the
generated file has written this function into

Note that the '_maymacro' part is missing here.

Does anybody have an example on using macros in "external" files that is
working? Or could it be there is a bug?

The external file has to have element with appropriate metal:define-macro attribute.

In your case file.xhtml is expected to have <foo metal:define-macro="mymacro">.

You can't simply call entire file as macro.

regards, Kornel

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