EEx v1.7.2 EEx.SmartEngine View Source

The default engine used by EEx.

It includes assigns (like @foo) and possibly other conveniences in the future.

Examples

iex> EEx.eval_string("<%= @foo %>", assigns: [foo: 1])
"1"

In the example above, we can access the value foo under the binding assigns using @foo. This is useful because a template, after being compiled, can receive different assigns and would not require recompilation for each variable set.

Assigns can also be used when compiled to a function:

# sample.eex
<%= @a + @b %>

# sample.ex
defmodule Sample do
  require EEx
  EEx.function_from_file :def, :sample, "sample.eex", [:assigns]
end

# iex
Sample.sample(a: 1, b: 2) #=> "3"

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Functions

Callback implementation for EEx.Engine.handle_begin/1

Callback implementation for EEx.Engine.handle_body/1

Callback implementation for EEx.Engine.handle_end/1

Callback implementation for EEx.Engine.init/1

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Callback implementation for EEx.Engine.handle_begin/1.

Callback implementation for EEx.Engine.handle_body/1.

Callback implementation for EEx.Engine.handle_end/1.

Link to this function handle_expr(buffer, marker, expr) View Source

Callback implementation for EEx.Engine.handle_expr/3.

Link to this function handle_text(buffer, text) View Source

Callback implementation for EEx.Engine.handle_text/2.

Callback implementation for EEx.Engine.init/1.