New VaeML tag: <v:php> - January 02, 2009

Want to use PHP integration but don't want to give up the VaeML looping constructs inside <v:collection>? Now you can do both, together. The new <v:php> tag will execute PHP code inside the VaeML interpreter.

Simply put PHP code inside <v:php> tags and that code will run inside that VaeML context. If it is inside a collection, it will run once for every collection element. The PHP variable $context will be set to the current context.

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