On 30-06-2010 at 17:42:17 Bas <kooy...@hotmail.com> wrote:
It doesn't work without the cache attribute, in fact that was the reason
I tried using the cache attribute. I tried putting a span inside the
tal:block with the define macro and set the cache on the span, but that
didn't make a difference.
It looks like the caching occurs in the main template file. If I change
the 'use macro' name to content2 I get the error message:
'PHPTAL_MacroMissingException' with message 'Macro 'content2' is not
defined in article_69.
Even if I change the resolve function to output a macro called content2.
I've added test for it (in SVN tests/SourceTest.php) and it works for me.
I've found one gotcha - if you use PHPTAL_StringSource, then $realpath
constructor argument should be either path of file on disk, or change
whenever source changes.
This is a bit confusing, so I've made that argument optional (in SVN
version) -- don't specify it, and caching will work.
Workaround for v1.2.1:
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