On Fri, May 26, 2006 at 10:54:46PM -0500, David Johnson wrote: > I have a viewlet named "cart", which can be displayed with the following > TAL code and rendered via <browser:page> : > > <div tal:content="structure provider:cart/> > > It works great! > > However, the exact same page when rendered via ViewPageTemplateFile > generates an exception: > > ContentProviderLookupError: u'cart' > > What gives?
How do you use the ViewPageTemplateFile? As far as I can tell, <browser:page template="foo.pt" class=".FooView"> is indistinguishable from class FooView(BrowserView): index = ViewPageTemplateFile("foo.pt") def __call__(self): return self.index() so if viewlets work in one case, they should work in the other as well. If your ViewPageTemplateFile is not a class attribute, the descriptor magic does not happen and it does not know what view it belongs to. In that case this should be the correct usage: class FooView(BrowserView): def __call__(self): template = ViewPageTemplateFile("foo.pt") return template(self) Big Fat Disclaimer: I'm writing from memory and could be completely wrong. Marius Gedminas -- 9. Okay, then, what do you think about "syntactic noise" in config files? [EMAIL PROTECTED]@!#([EMAIL PROTECTED]';,[EMAIL PROTECTED] -- http://open.nit.ca/wiki/index.php?page=RetchMail
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