I forgot the important part.
In the template, what was previously
is replaced with
On Fri, 25 Nov 2005 19:07:53 -0600, "Michael Dudzik"
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:
> On Fri, 25 Nov 2005 19:04:44 -0600, "Michael Dudzik"
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:
> > On Fri, 25 Nov 2005 17:15:24 -0600, "Brad Allen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > said:
> > > I'd prefer to allow content editors on my site to avoid having to
> > > type HTML, and have heard that reST might be a good, wiki-like
> > > choice. However, it's not clear to me how to get that working with
> > > ZPT content insertions. Would I need to build a new content class for
> > > this, or is there some easier way?
> > When a similar issue came up for me, all I did was add an additional
> > type field to the content object then created a "render" method in the
> > view, something like this for a 'description' field:
> > def renderdescription(self):
> > # for rest, self.context.descriptiontype would be 'zope.source.rest'
> > source = zapi.createObject(None,self.context.descriptiontype,
> > self.context.description)
> > textview = zapi.getView(source,'',self.request)
> > html = view.render()
> typo - should be:
> html = textview.render()
> > return html
> > And then just used "view/renderdescription" in my templates.
> > On grepping the zope codebase quickly, it looks like the more "modern"
> > way to do this would be to use getMultiAdapter like:
> > source = zapi.createObject(type,text)
> > renderer = zapi.getMultiAdapter((source, self.request))
> > return renderer.render()
> > I have no idea why I have an extra 'None' argument in my code, above
> > See zope/app/preference/browser.py for an example
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