fluid.stringTemplate and multiple replacement

charly molter charly.molter at gmail.com
Mon Jul 25 11:51:38 UTC 2011


Hey,
I'm sorry I've just realized that I had forgotten the "%" token this
is now fixed in this commit:
https://github.com/lahabana/infusion/commit/5d2ee45670601263dea49159ed4341a4599276f4

On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 10:53 AM, charly molter <charly.molter at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> Here's my correction I've tried with special characters it works:
> https://github.com/lahabana/infusion/commit/e7e4206f4b0abe727b86ea91ec8682bfccc1475e
>
> Thank you
>
> On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 12:27 AM, charly molter <charly.molter at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm currently using the stringTemplate function on a template like
>> that "<%tag %classes %attributes >%content </%tag >" my problem is
>> that it doesn't do the multiple replacement of %tag after checking the
>> code:
>>    fluid.stringTemplate = function (template, values) {
>>        var newString = template;
>>        for (var key in values) {
>>            var searchStr = "%" + key;
>>            newString = newString.replace(searchStr, values[key]);
>>        }
>>        return newString;
>>    };
>> It seems quite obvious that it doesn't do it. However I think this is
>> a lack, you expect from this kind of function to replace every
>> occurrences of a similar token.
>> So please tell me if there's something I've missed to use it that way...
>> Otherwise after looking for a little bit I've found that enhancement
>> that would enable to do that:
>>
>>    fluid.stringTemplate = function (template, values) {
>>        var newString;
>>        var tmpString = template;
>>        for (var key in values) {
>>            var searchStr = "%" + key;
>>            do {
>>                newString = tmpString;
>>                tmpString = newString.replace(searchStr, values[key]);
>>            } while(tmpString !== newString);
>>        }
>>        return newString;
>>    };
>>
>> So what do you think about it? Am I the only one thinking that the
>> replacement in a template should be repetitive?
>>
>> --
>> Charly Molter
>>
>
>
>
> --
> Charly Molter
>



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Charly Molter


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