There was an extension called Backdoor that I used about a year ago that
allowed the evaluation of ERB inside Radius tags. It didn't do any
sandboxing though, so you left yourself wide open (I guess that's why it was
called backdoor). Hope that helps some.


On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 9:03 AM, Jeff Casimir <>wrote:

> Hi all,
> This morning I was thinking about a project where I want users to be
> able to create flexible reports using Ruby/ERB and wondering how that
> might integrate into Radiant.
> Has anyone done or seen work with sandboxing ERB inside your Radiant
> pages?  I'd want to expose a lot of Ruby to the user, but I wouldn't
> want them able to call "system", for instance, or do some in-line
> monkey-patching of the object tree.
> Thoughts?
> - Jeff
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