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Hi Regesh,

Do you have the latest version of ProcessWire ? Did you try to install a previous version ?

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Thanks. As i wrote on github, i started project with v1 of this plugin. So there is no time to check. After i'll finish, i'll test. Thanks again.

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Hi there.

Not sure if my problem is specific to the twig engine or to this factory module.

If I enable automatic rendering, I have no issues, however if I turn it off (and call the render function as follows), I can't use any '%' character in the template or in Processwire fields.

The render function is called like this:

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$factory = $modules->get('TemplateEngineFactory');

printf($factory->render($page->template->name, $twigVars));

 

$twigVars is just an array I'm passing it (and tested working fine).

I have tried using Twig with raw php (no processwire) and the templates render fine (obviously without ProcessWire functionality), so I believe the $factory->render function may be trying to interpret the '%' character in some way.

The % character is fine to use within twig tags (including using {% and %}), but anywhere else the method just returns null.

I tried replacing these lines with calls to twig directly, which rendered the template fine, however it is unfortunately not a workaround for me as my templates are making calls to other page render functions (this is why I can't use auto render) and those are not getting the php template files called correctly as twig obviously doesn't know about this.

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Never mind, I refactored the site to be able to use the auto-render function and it solves the issue.

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Hey @Wanze. I am wondering if I could request an additional empty "config" array in the render method. This would let TemplateEngine modules do some more logic their end, eg override module config settings.

The reason for this is for whatever reason I seem to find myself wanting to render template partials without worrying about or needing the global data object (just explicitly pass params), however I would also like the global data object populated generally. Eg...

<?php $factory->render('partial', ['foo' => 'bar'], ["global_data" => false] ));

 

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In reply to the my post above, disabling automatic rendering in the Factory lets me render pages / templates however I want. Much more flexible imo, and solves my issue.

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Hi,

I'm using the excellent Template Engine Factory from @Wanze and Smarty. One thing I can not figure out is how to use pw's `__('…')` translate function within my templates.

This is how I tried:

/site/templates/views/fundus-index.tpl

<a href="{$page->httpUrl}">__("zurück")</a>
<a href="{$page->httpUrl}">{__("zurück")}</a>

I would expect to find `fundus-index.tpl` in translatable files. Unfortunately it does not show up even after refreshing the list (screenshot attached). 
When trying to enter the file directly I get a warning saying: ProcessLanguageTranslator: That file has no translatable phrases

After that I've tried to setup a new php file `/site/translations.php` with content `__("zurück")`. This file shows up and I can successfully translate the string which I would expect that this string is globally available across all files (missing knowledge regarding the usage of translations ;) However my template file does not care about this newly created translation.

So long story short. How can I use translations in smarty templates?

Best regards,

Toni

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this can be closed (cannot find a close button 😕 time to shut down the computer.)

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10 hours ago, toni said:

this can be closed (cannot find a close button 😕 time to shut down the computer.)

Hey @toni!

There's no close action on the forum, but I'm going to merge this topic with the TemplateEngineFactory support board — the recommended approach is that if you have questions regarding specific module, you should post them on the support board for that module. You can find the correct board via the modules directory (there's a "support board" link in the sidebar for each module) 🙂

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22 hours ago, toni said:

peng

 

Maybe this can also help you. I wanted to make the Smarty Files translatable, but endend up into building an converter (build with node.js) which generates .php files which can be translated in the pw admin panel 

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On 4/13/2020 at 8:57 AM, teppo said:

Hey @toni!

There's no close action on the forum, but I'm going to merge this topic with the TemplateEngineFactory support board — the recommended approach is that if you have questions regarding specific module, you should post them on the support board for that module. You can find the correct board via the modules directory (there's a "support board" link in the sidebar for each module) 🙂

Nice! Thank you @teppo

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