On 10/28/06, Garito <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Did you read my last thread?

I didn't, only the message that started this thread.  It left me confused.

I'm talking about <tal:anything tal:yanged="/foo/bar" /> not <tal:yanged
tal:replace="/foo/bar" />

What I need is control the expression far away from the normal way (I
want to process the result automatically before return the result)

Would it suffice to define a new expression type, so you'd have something like

 <something tal:define="result yanged:/foo/bar">

That's something the TALES engine is designed to support.  For Zope 3,
new expression type handlers can be registered with the component
architecture; I don't remember how it's done in Zope 2.


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