[mod_python] running templates, was segmentation fault

Julien Cigar jcigar at ulb.ac.be
Wed Jun 7 03:21:50 EDT 2006

Jim's right, my idea was to do a kind of "main" template container, 
something like :

<div id="container">
  <div id="header"> ... </div>
  <div id="menu"> ... </div>
  <div id="anothercommonpart"> ... </div>

  <div id="main">
    <%@ include file = "..." %>

  <div id="footer">...</div>

in my example "body_template = psp.PSP(req, filename="list.psp")" whould 
be the included file and the "mytemplate.run({'body' : body_template})" 
would be the "main" template.
Both are psp.PSP() instances. I thought I could to something like :

body_template = psp.PSP(file="foobar.psp")
main = psp.PSP(file="main_template.psp")

and later in the "main" template and <%@ include file="<%= body %>" %>, 
but as Jim said this doesn't work ...


Jim Gallacher wrote:
> David Bear wrote:
>> On Tue, Jun 06, 2006 at 12:03:37PM -0400, Jim Gallacher wrote:
>>> As an alternative you could do:
>>> body_template = psp.PSP(req, filename="list.psp")
>>> mytemplate.run({'body' : body_template})
>> this syntax baffles me. where is 'mytemplate' defined? and what kind
>> of an object is it?
> It's a reference to snippet of code in Julien's message. Since the 
> thread was discussing psp templates, one can assume his reference to 
> mytemplate.run() refers to a PSP instance created elsewhere in his 
> code which was not in the message but can be inferred.
> Jim
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