Posted By: why the lucky stiff
Date: 2006-10-03 21:38
Summary: Camping the Microframework 1.5
Project: camping

Can you believe Camping is STILL only 4k! Yep, and since the ActiveRecord dependancy is removed, you can plug in any database lib you like. Lots of great fixes: controllers are now ordered, console mode added to bin/camping, better FastCGI support, it goes on forever!

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Message: 89633
BY: Just Wie (just)
DATE: 2009-08-13 08:47
SUBJECT: render(m) method / Question



the render(m) method is defined as follows:
"Display a view, calling it by its method name m. If a layout method is found in Camping::Views, it will be used to wrap the HTML."

My question: Is there a way or another render method which does *not* use the layout method in Camping::Views?

I would like to render a partial from a controller to inject HTML into the DOM (kind of rjs-style). If the controller's response is wrapped using the layout method, I'll get the <title> and <meta> tags injected as well.

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