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From Johnny Quazar <qua...@bitblaster.com>
Subject RE: using Velocity Macros
Date Mon, 03 Feb 2003 20:11:11 GMT
Hey Marc,

Another nice line for your TurbineResources.properties file:

    services.VelocityService.velocimacro.library.autoreload = true

I wish I would have looked it up sooner, when I was getting started 
with Velocity macro libs.

At 3:41 PM +0100 9/16/02, Nathan Barron wrote:
>You need to create macro functions that will act lke methods.
>You place the functions you want in a file named 'file.vm'
>You can get the syntax for building the functions by reading the following
>To make the macros available to every vm file in your application you must
>set the following parameter in your main application configuration file. If
>you are using turbine the following parameter should be included in the
>TurbineResources.properties file:
>services.VelocityService.velocimacro.library =
>Hope that helps
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Marc Lustig [mailto:mail@marclustig.com]
>Sent: 16 September 2002 15:42
>To: turbine-user@jakarta.apache.org
>Subject: using Velocity Macros
>I want to build my own Macro-library to be available at all vm-files accross
>my application.
>Do I save them with vm-ending as well? Like "macros.vm"
>What's the right place to put this file? ../templates/app/ ?
>What's the proper central place to import it so that I don't have to import
>it using parse() everytime a create a new app-template? Is it the file that
>holds my overall layout ../templates/app/layouts/Default.vm?
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