[TxMt] HTML Bundle in Version 1.5.5 (1383)

Roger Roelofs roger.roelofs at gmail.com
Mon Apr 30 23:36:50 UTC 2007


On Apr 30, 2007, at 6:58 PM, Philip Plante wrote:

> I am using PHP with Smarty as my template engine, and previously I  
> would include <!--{literal}--> in my code to escape Smarty parsing  
> on script blocks.  Now when I do this the entire block of code  
> becomes commented out.  While this is not a crucial bug it is a new  
> annoyance for me as it is very useful to have syntax highlighting  
> on script blocks.
> Here is an example of my code:
> <!--{literal}-->
> <script language="javascript">
> 	function foo() {
> 		return "bar";
> 	}
> </script>
> <!--{/literal}-->

Why do you wish to enclose the smarty {literal} in a html comment  
(which should be <!-- {literal} --> anyway) ?  Smarty will remove the  
{literal} before the browser sees it.

Roger Roelofs

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