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Hey @kongondo - these changes seem to work well and prevent any unnecessary re-rendering of the output.

In the fieldtype, I change these three methods to return true.

    public function ___sleepValue(Page $page, Field $field, $value) {
        //return $this->renderMarkup($page, $field);
        return true;
    }

    public function getLoadQuery(Field $field, DatabaseQuerySelect $query) {
        // prevent loading from DB
        return $query;
    }

    public function ___loadPageField(Page $page, Field $field) {
        // generate value at runtime rather than loading from DB
        //return $this->renderMarkup($page, $field);
        return true;
    }

And in the inputfield I replace the ___render() method with the following which returns the wakeup value without re-rendering.

    public function ___render() {

        //if code field is empty return early
        if(!$this->runtimeFields) return;

        //so that $page and $pages are locally scoped to the eval
        $process = $this->wire('process');
        if($process && ($process->className() == 'ProcessPageEdit' || $process->className() == 'ProcessUser')) {
            $page = $process->getPage();
            return $page->{$this->name};
        }
        else {
            return;
        }

    }

Let me know if you have any questions / comments about this approach.

Thanks again for an invaluable module!

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On 2/13/2019 at 6:20 PM, adrian said:

Let me know if you have any questions / comments about this approach.

Thanks @adrian. I'll have a look (but not sure when :)). I'm swamped all around!

 

If it's not too much to ask, could you please create an issue and reference your post above? Thanks.

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I've been using this field type for a while and very good it is too, but now I am scratching my head:

I have a runtime_markup field ('runtime_markup_expiryDate') with PHP as follows

return ($page->parent->name == 'memberships' and $page->latestSubscription()->id) ? date('d/m/Y', $page->latestSubscription()->subsEndDate) : 'Non-subscriber';

This works well in the back-end, but gives the wrong result in the API. If I retrieve the field in the API, it just gives 01/01/1970.

However, if I remove the formatting in the PHP, thus:

return ($page->parent->name == 'memberships' and $page->latestSubscription()->id) ? $page->latestSubscription()->subsEndDate : 'Non-subscriber';

it works correctly in the API (gives the right date, e.g. 30/09/2019) but obviously just gives the integer in the back end (e.g. 1569798000). The curious thing is that, in this case I can't work out where the formatting is applied in the API (which might be related to the cause of the problem)

What is going on? Any suggestions for a fix or work-round?

Thanks.

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date('d/m/Y', $page->latestSubscription()->subsEndDate) // change this
date('d/m/Y', $page->latestSubscription()->getUnformatted('subsEndDate')) // to this

 

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Posted (edited)

Update version 006 - 11 May 2019

Finally got a bit of time to work on this module.

Changelog

  • Namespacing: ProcessWire 3.x Support only from now on.
  • Removed the module's CSS and JS files. They are unnecessary.
  •  Switched to $files->render() instead of wireRenderFile().
  • Option to check for and optionally use InputfieldAceExtended for code highlighting in the PHP custom code textarea. Thanks to @adrian , @diogo and others who suggested this.
  • Option to specify number of rows for the PHP custom code textarea (@note: for some reason, it's not working with Ace Extended. It does work with plain textarea).
  • Removed the option (in field settings) to search for files to render under /site/modules/FieldTypeRuntimeMarkup/ as these could get overwritten during upgrades.
  • Refactored code to prevent unnecessary re-rendering of output, thanks @adrian
  • Render PHP file mode is now supported for frontend use as well, thanks @Noel Boss
  • Changed license to MIT.

Please note this is the new master and is available in the modules directory.

Screenshots

rtm_005_code_highlight_and_rows_config.thumb.jpg.2a390851d3dd63540b8828b87ed62c37.jpg

Over to you @bernhard 😀.

 

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Btw, mainly for @bernhard and @adrian who have previously looked at RTM code, InputfieldRuntimeMarkup now behaves similar to many inputfields in that it gets its values from the Fieldtype's wakeupValue(), i.e. from $this->attr('value').  The previous implementation seemed a bit unclean to me when I looked at it recently. We had the inputfield doing its own eval() or wireRenderFile(). Now I've moved everything to FieldtypeRuntimeMarkup plus added a small helper class in there to handle such things. All the inputfield does now is serve values, as inputfields are meant to do.

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Hello @kongondo

I updated a site to v.0.0.6 and now when trying to edit a – seemingly unrelated – TextareaLanguage field by using the field overwrite editor modal of a template I get this:

Fatal Error: Uncaught Error: Class 'ProcessWire\RuntimeMarkupUtilities' not found in .../site/modules/FieldtypeRuntimeMarkup/InputfieldRuntimeMarkup.module:68
Stack trace:
#0 .../wire/core/Modules.php(624): ProcessWire\InputfieldRuntimeMarkup->init()
#1 .../wire/core/Modules.php(1336): ProcessWire\Modules->initModule(Object(ProcessWire\InputfieldRuntimeMarkup), Array)
#2 .../wire/core/Modules.php(1193): ProcessWire\Modules->getModule('InputfieldRunti...')
#3 .../wire/core/Modules.php(1566): ProcessWire\Modules->get('InputfieldRunti...')
#4 .../wire/modules/Fieldtype/FieldtypeTextareaHelper.php(40): ProcessWire\Modules->find('className^=Inpu...')
#5 .../wire/modules/Fieldtype/FieldtypeTextarea.module(338): ProcessWire\FieldtypeTextareaHelper->getConfigInputfields(Object(Proce (line 68 of .../site/modules/FieldtypeRuntimeMarkup/InputfieldRuntimeMarkup.module)

This error message was shown because: site is in debug mode. ($config->debug = true; => /site/config.php). Administrator has been notified. Error has been logged.

I tried uninstalling the module (because the site does not use it yet anyway, meaning there is no field using RuntimeMarkup) and when I click on the uninstall button I also get: 

Class 'ProcessWire\RuntimeMarkupUtilities' not found 

However, if I create a RuntimeMarkup field then the error goes away in both cases described above. It looks like the case when there is no RuntimeMarkup filed in the system is not taken into account. So with a RuntimeMarkup field created, I could uninstall the module as the fatal error did not crop up in that case.

Also note that I find it strange that both FieldtypeRuntimeMarkup and InputfieldRuntimeMarkup show up as RuntimeMarkup in the module list, see the screenshots:

Spoiler

RuntimeMarkup-module-shots.thumb.gif.4f86c5662891c2fe7e6f38c6953bb6ff.gif

 

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Also see my next post below.

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21 hours ago, szabesz said:

Also note that I find it strange that both FieldtypeRuntimeMarkup and InputfieldRuntimeMarkup show up as RuntimeMarkup in the module list, see the screenshots:

Sorry, rookie mistake on my part :-). I had them both with identical titles. Corrected in 007.

21 hours ago, szabesz said:

I updated a site to v.0.0.6 and now when trying to edit a – seemingly unrelated – TextareaLanguage field by using the field overwrite editor modal of a template I get this:

Hmm. That's very strange. By 'overwrite editor modal', do you mean the one where you can overwrite a field's 'original' label, description, notes, etc for a specific template?

Are you able give me more details please?

  1. Which field values did you try to edit?
  2. Did the error crop up after saving or as soon as you opened the modal?
  3. ProcessWire version

Thanks.

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11 minutes ago, kongondo said:

By 'overwrite editor modal', do you mean the one where you can overwrite a field's 'original' label, description, notes, etc for a specific template?

Yes.

11 minutes ago, kongondo said:

Are you able give me more details please?

I'd rather give you access to the site (as it is not yet live anyway) so that you can also use Tracy's file editor to poke around. What do you think?

BTW, I could not really uninstall the module, it was just FieldtypeRuntimeMarkup which seemingly went through the uninstall process, but PW – as expected – kept complaining about InputfieldRuntimeMarkup being used when I also clicked the uninstall button of that one. However, if I delete the RuntimeMarkup filed, I am back where I started.

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