On Thursday 06 March 2008 18:04, Peter Bengtsson wrote:
> rendered_html = context.some_page_template(context, somevariable='foobar')
> But then you need to write the page template as:
> <div tal:contents="options/somevariable"> blah </div>
This is almost what I need. However, I can't use 'context.somepage' in the
script becuase I don't know what somepage will be. I was hoping to be able to
call the script on any arbitrary zpt like this:
Then 'myscript' will grab the value of target and returned 'somepagetemplate'
where the value of somevariable was replaced with 'something'
> On 07/03/2008, David Bear <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I need to right a script that will return a zpt. However, I need the
> > script to feed the zpt some values and then have zope returned the
> > rendered zpt.
> > I hope this is possible.
> > For example, lets say I have something like this in a zpt
> > <div tal:contents="somevariable"> blah </div>
> > My python script with have something like this:
> > somevariable = "this is a test"
> > How can I get the script to returned the 'rendered' zpt?
> > --
> > David Bear
> > College of Public Programs/ASU
> > 411 N Central, Phoenix, AZ 85004
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