[ic] delimiter for tag parameters
racke at linuxia.de
Thu Oct 27 04:23:06 EDT 2005
On Thu, 27 Oct 2005 08:22:06 +0100
"Kevin Walsh" <kevin at cursor.biz> wrote:
> Ron Phipps [rphipps at reliant-solutions.com] wrote:
> > Sorry to have so much issue with understanding this. I'm still confused
> > how the two differ.
> > We've determined that the following will result in incorrect syntax when
> > the title contains quotes:
> > [mytag title="[item-field title]"]
> > Why does the following not result in incorrect syntax:
> > [tmpn title][item-field title][/tmpn]
> > [mytag title="[scratch title]"]
> > Does Interchange handle [item-field title] and [scratch title]
> > differently?
> > Perhaps [item-field title] is simply replaced with its value and
> > [scratch title] actually passes it's value differently?
> Yes - that's right. The [item-field title] is just a marker
> that's replaced by the looping tag with a regex. [scratch title]
> is a "proper" tag that's interpolated. The replacement could lead
> to syntax errors in the subsequent interpolation run, as you fount.
Technically this is correct, the rule of thumb is that
looping tags are interpolated before any regular tag.
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