can regular ol' python do a php include?
steve at holdenweb.com
Tue Oct 10 17:21:53 CEST 2006
John Salerno wrote:
> Fredrik Lundh wrote:
>>you don't even need anything from the standard library to inserting output
>>from one function into given text...
>> text = "... my page with %(foo)s markers ..."
>> print text % dict(foo=function())
> Wow, thanks. So if I have a file called header.html that contains all my
> header markup, I could just insert this line into my html file? (which I
> suppose would become a py file)
> print open('header.html').read()
> Not quite as elegant as include('header.html'), but it seems like it
> would work.
Don't overlook the fact that any *real* percent signs you want in your
template content should be represented as a doubled percent sign: %%
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