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RE: [Cheetahtemplate-discuss] Re: include within for-loop

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  • Rob Martin
    ... ... Your welcome. Glad it worked for you. ... ... Cool utility. Like you, my use of cheetah includes very little html/web. Says alot
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 31, 2004
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: cheetahtemplate-discuss-admin@...
      > [mailto:cheetahtemplate-discuss-admin@...]
      > On Behalf Of
      > Justus Pendleton
      > Sent: Saturday, July 31, 2004 12:04 PM
      > To: cheetahtemplate-discuss@...
      > Subject: [Cheetahtemplate-discuss] Re: include within for-loop
      > Thank you, this solves the problem. All of that other talk about
      > subtemplates and whatnot made no sense to me :-)

      Your welcome. Glad it worked for you.

      > I have file.tmpl that I want to use as a template for generating
      > reports:
      > $prolog
      > --------------------
      > #for $changed in $filelist
      > == $header $changed ==
      > #include $changed
      > == $footer $changed ==
      > #end for
      > -------------------
      > $epilog
      > Then in report.py I do something like:
      > def report (top):
      > filelist = os.path.walk (top, ...)
      > t = cheetah.Template (file='file.tmpl', searchList=[locals()])
      > str(t)
      > Imagine $filelist is the list of all files under "top"
      > (which could be
      > anything at all: /etc, /root, /usr/src) which have changed
      > in the past
      > day. I don't understand what I would create a subtemplate of (every
      > file in the system?) instead of using #include to achieve this same
      > looping output in a template file. It's not related to the
      > web in any
      > way, I just want to use Cheetah as a template engine for random bits
      > of text and I need to be able to include arbitrary external files to
      > do that.
      > Thanks again for your help,
      > Justus

      Cool utility.

      Like you, my use of cheetah includes very little html/web. Says alot
      about its versatility. Love it.


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