Hi Edvard,

Thank you for the feedback.

ComponentRenderer (CR) just asks Wicket to render a component. The
rendering process uses all the application settings so if the wicket
tags/attributes cause any problems then the application can turn them off
before using CR and turn on after.
So I think CR doesn't need to be changed to have this code in itself.

In production mode Wicket strips these tags and attributes unless you
explicitly turn them on.

On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 4:05 PM, harmoniaa <
edvard.fons...@nitorcreations.com> wrote:

> FYI:
> I had a problem using ComponentRenderer with ListView (it was complaining
> the there was no markup for wicket-id "my-wicket-id").
> Additionally, ITextRenderer (or xerces actually) was not able to parse XML
> from the markup with Wicket tags ("The prefix "wicket" for element
> "wicket:container" is not bound.").
> I found another solution here: http://stackoverflow.com/a/11898702/536265
> Then I added this before rendering:
>   IMarkupSettings markupSettings =
> component.getApplication().getMarkupSettings();
>   boolean originalStripWicketTags = markupSettings.getStripWicketTags();
>   markupSettings.setStripWicketTags(true);
> And to the finally block:
>   markupSettings.setStripWicketTags(originalStripWicketTags);
> If you think ComponentRenderer could/should be improved, maybe this will
> give you some ideas.
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