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From "Nathan Bubna" <nbu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Caching for VelocityEngine's evaluate(VelocityContext, Writer, String, String) method?
Date Mon, 05 Jan 2009 22:35:32 GMT
Velocity 1.6.1 comes with a StringResourceLoader.  just specify that
as your resource loader,
then call StringResourceLoader.getRepository().putStringResource(String
name, String template)  to add your templates.  Read the javadoc for
that class for more information.


On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 2:16 PM, Caleb Jones <calebjones@gmail.com> wrote:
> This didn't seem to make it when I sent it before subscribing, so I'm trying
> again (sorry for any duplication):
>
> I, for better or worse, need to load my velocity templates as Strings.
> Thus, in order to parse them, I am using VelocityEngine's
> evaluate(VelocityContext, Writer, String, String) method.  As far as I can
> tell, this evaluate() method does not do AST caching, no?
> I have three questions:
>  1. Does the evaluate() method do AST caching?
>  2. If not, is there a way to load a velocity template as a string and have
> the velocity engine do AST caching?
>  3. If not, how do I request this feature?  It seems like doing AST caching
> for template strings passed into evaluate() would be fairly straight
> forward.  Perhaps have this as a config option (ie:
> string.resource.loader.cache=true).
>

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