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As mentioned in this thread on the Google Group: https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!topic/DocPad/Gp6xJ4WpiyQ
When calling a partial to include an existing (renderable) document, the document doesn't seem to be rendered first. I have to manually get the document model and call render() on it in order to access the contentRendered property.
To see how I'm working around it, you can look at https://github.com/njx/njx.github.com-src/blob/master/src/documents/index.html.jade -- it seems like I shouldn't have to do this in order to get at the rendered version of the doc.
(EDIT: updated link above since I refactored the docpad src out of my page repo)
Hrmm, we do a double render of everything in order to prevent things like this, however I guess that perhaps this code here could be preventing access to the previous render that you need for your use case.
It is a very weird use case btw, but alas we should still support it. Does removing these lines work?
Steps to test this out:
I'll give it a shot tomorrow, but since you mentioned this seems like a weird use case--is there a more correct way to get rendered post content included in an index page? That seems pretty standard for blogs.
That is the totally fine bit. The weird bit is using a partial to wrap the current content, never seen that before. But hey, weird definitely does not mean wrong - with docpad, there is no wrong or right way :)
This should now be fixed in DocPad 6.1 as we no longer do that content rendered reset between render passes. Can you give it another go? Closing for now.