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Smarty 3.1.15 - {include} in {block} ignores tpl dirs

 
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cardmeister
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2013 2:07 pm    Post subject: Smarty 3.1.15 - {include} in {block} ignores tpl dirs Reply with quote

Versions:

3.1.15
SVN Trunk (12/4/2013)


Problem:

When placing an {include} inside a {block} tag, the template directory list is not considered past the first render.

templates/default/content.tpl
Code:

I have a block with a sub-template.

{block name='sub'}
  {include 'sub.tpl'}
{/block}


templates/default/sub.tpl
Code:

I am the default sub-template


templates/site1/sub.tpl
Code:

I am site1's sub-template



test.php
Code:

$smarty = new Smarty()

$tpl_dirs = array("/templates/$current_site/", "/templates/default");

$smarty->setTemplateDir($tpl_dirs);
$smarty->display('content.tpl');



Expected Result:

When page is executed for site1, content from site1/sub.tpl is displayed.
When page is executed for site2, content from default/sub.tpl is displayed.

This is consistent with the behavior when {include} is not enclosed in a {block} tag.

Actual Result:

If page is executed for site1 first, then content from site1/sub.tpl is always displayed.

Similarly, if page is executed for site2 first, then content from default/sub.tpl is always displayed.[/b]
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U.Tews
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Joined: 22 Nov 2006
Posts: 4653
Location: Hamburg / Germany

PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2013 11:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Currently template inheritance and the processing of {block} tags is a compile time process. As included subtemplate could also contain {block} tags its code is merged at compile time into the compiled template of content.tpl. If you change your template dirs later this change is not seen.

The solution is to use a compile_id

Code:
$smarty = new Smarty()

$tpl_dirs = array("/templates/$current_site/", "/templates/default");

$smarty->compile__id = $current_site;
$smarty->setTemplateDir($tpl_dirs);
$smarty->display('content.tpl');


This restriction will be removed in the future when smarty 3.2 will be released.
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