David.Bear at asu.edu
Thu May 18 21:19:43 EDT 2006
I'm using the publisher handler and psp example framework. I would much rather have something like tal in zope -- but psp will work for now. The general model is to have a dispatcher script call psp pages. As I was deconstructing an existing html form I realized that I would like to create multipe psp files -- and then include them in other psp files. For example, I create a form that only has form html in it, and form fields are populated by psp statements. Then I have a main page that wants to include the form psp file. How does the form psp file access the same name space as the main psp file? for example, in main I instantiate some 'global variables' <% myform = "<form>bla blah bal </form>" myftemplate = "formtemplate.psp" formsubmit = "http://myserver/modpython.py/submit" %> <html> more blah... <%= myform %> <%= myftemplate %> </html> then formtemplate.psp has <form name="test" method="post" action="<%= formsubmit %>"> blahh.. How would the formtemplate.psp file 'know' about the name 'formsubmit' declared in the first template? and as I write this, I'm not sure I even understand how one psp file would call another... I need some more examples on using psp's and calling them from publisher scripts -- and from each other. I been going through the modpython.org docs and its not enough for to understand this yet. -- David Bear phone: 480-965-8257 fax: 480-965-9189 College of Public Programs/ASU Wilson Hall 232 Tempe, AZ 85287-0803 "Beware the IP portfolio, everyone will be suspect of trespassing"