On Oct 13, 2010, at 3:39 AM, Malthe Borch wrote:

> On 12 October 2010 13:40, Paul Everitt <p...@agendaless.com> wrote:
>> In the first case, Chameleon refuses to parse the zpt because Expat tries to 
>> interpret <% as a startTag.  In the second case...needless to say, it is 
>> ironic that we have overlap in syntax.  I then tried wrapping a CDATA around 
>> the block, but Chameleon happily plowed into the CDATA looking for stuff to 
>> evaluate.
> Wichert's advice to prevent $-evaluation is apt here, although you
> could also escape it – I think it's just \$.

Dang, that's exactly the thing I was planning to ask for, and it's already 
there. :)  Thanks guys, makes it easier when doing browser-templates the 
"normal" way.  I might still look at Chris Rossi's way.

> As for <% and %> –– I think Chameleon 2.x (work in progress, but
> almost there) will parse and accept such tags. That might help on the
> situation then.

Oh, interesting, will be fun to see how that works.

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