<dtml-var "somePath.someDTML"> returns a "pointer" to that object
called someDTML. Not it's rendered content.
<dtml-var "somePath.someDTML(_, REQUEST)"> does the same as <dtml-with
somePath><dtml-var someDTML></dtml-with> (sort of)
There's a big difference between
<dtml-var "somePath.someDTML(_, REQUEST)">
<dtml-var "somePath.someDTML(_, REQUEST)" html_quote>
Either I didn't understand your question or this answers it for you.
2005/10/4, Chris <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> I hope this is not a FAQ, but I looked for some info to no avail.
> If I call a DTML-Method from an other Method (e.g. <dtml-var someDTML>),
> HTML entities are not converted.
> However if I call it from python (e.g. <dtml-var "somePath.someDTML">
> the entities are html_quoted.
> This changed with Zope 2.7.x (?). Before that DTMLMethods were not
> quoted when called from python.
> I know the easy workaround is to dtml-with to the namespace of the
> object and call it the zope-way.
> I have a customer with several large applications which run on an old
> Zope only for the described reason. The applications relay heavily on
> Changing the old code would be an enormous effort.
> Is there a way to patch zope to show the old behavior?
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