On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 12:10 PM, Wes Gamble <we...@att.net> wrote: > All, > > In the Radiant ethic, it states: " Radiant is primarily designed for static > Web sites (that is, sites that are not dynamically generated). It is not, > and should not become, portal software." > > I was under the assumption that snippets were roughly equivalent to Rails > partials, and assumed that snippets could take local data as input just like > partials, but this doesn't appear to be the case, based on the snippet > documentation at http://wiki.github.com/radiant/radiant/snippets and the > quote above. > > I'd just like to verify: Can one pass variable data "into" a snippet and > have it evaluated at runtime in any way?
you can `yield` inside of snippets which allows for some sort of "variable data". for example: snippet "x": <div id="content"><r:yield/></div> usage: <r:snippet name='x'> <r:if_url matches='^/$'><r:find url='/about'><r:content/></r:find></r:if_url> <r:unless_url matches='^/$'><r:content/></r:unless_url> </r:snippet>