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wadi
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 11, 2016 9:02 pm    Post subject: Smarty migration from 2 to 3: How to include part after dot? Reply with quote

Hello

I have a big project that uses smarty for years and am now in the process of upgrading from Smarty 2 to Smarty 3. I use a custom function for i18n:
Code:

function smarty_function_gettd($params, &$smarty)
{
    $lang = $smarty->getTemplateVars()['ilang'];
    $text_id = $params['t'];
    return Utility::getText($lang, $text_id, $params, $escape);
}

With this implementation, I an use the following in my templates:
Code:

{gett footer}

and it will read the text for id footer in the language of the user. So far so good. With smarty that worked for ids that have dots in them, for example the following:
Code:

<span><a href="contact/">{gett footer.contact}</a></span>
<span><a href="imprint/">{gett footer.imprint}</a></span>

would be the way for our project to cluster language id together into groups that make sense.

Now when I upgrade my code base to use Smarty 3 instead of 2, it turns out that when for example {gett footer.contact} is called, only footer gets passed on as parameter and not the complete footer.contact. Somehow everything after the dot (including the dot itself) is cut of.

I have no idea, why this happens. My guess is that is has something to do with the new way, Smarty parses the templates.

My question: Why is this happening and what would be a possible way to fix it (without having to rewrite tons of templates using the dot notation for the ids).
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