Ian Bicking wrote at 2005-9-20 10:30 -0500: >Fred Drake wrote: >> Thomas Lotze reported that using the TAL interpreter from Zope 3 with >> strictinsert=True (the default when using it directly) fails >> miserably. It's entirely possible that this has been a problem for >> some time due to the nature of the failure. >> >> When strictinsert is true, the TAL interpreter attempts to parse the >> text in structure insertions (tal:content="structure ..." and >> tal:replace="structure ...") and further interpret any markup found >> there. Some time ago we determined that this behavior didn't make any >> sense, but the code didn't need to change because the application >> could just pass strictinsert=False. > >I don't use it, but wouldn't strictinsert have been intended to protect >the XML/HTML validity of the source? That is, shouldn't it parse the >structure, but not special TAL constructs, thus ensuring that using >structure doesn't mess up your XML?
Funny, to control such a functionality with a parameter called "strictinsert"... Looks like a badly chosen name. >From my point of view, it can go away. -- Dieter _______________________________________________ ZPT mailing list ZPT@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zpt