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m[e]ntor
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PostPosted: Mon May 27, 2013 3:28 pm    Post subject: smarty_internal_templatebase.php Reply with quote

Hi,

on morning today, iīve postet in the german section following post: (http://www.smarty.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=24320).

After a bit of debugging, maybe iīve found the problem:

Currently i use smarty-3.1.13

In the smarty_internal_templatebase.php line 161 and 165, is an include of the compiled file. The first include creates a function with the name 'content_519d0458756b08_38163315'. If the original Template is changed, line 164 creates a new compiled file and line 165 includes this file again.

But, and i think here is my problem, the function got the same name, so it will not refresh, and finally, with the first call, i didnīt get the new, but only the old content from the file. If i refresh the page, and the new template will parsed once again, i got the new content.

Any ideas why this could happen? System: win7/Zend Server 6/php5.4

Over the last monthīs ive got the same problem with older php versions on that maschine.

// Oliver
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PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2013 5:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

After deactivating Zend Optimizer, everything is fine. Problem solved. Thanks.

// Oliver
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