Double and triple mustaches #26

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Roman600 opened this Issue Mar 16, 2012 · 2 comments

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In mustache.js they use triple mustaches to render unescaped content:

All variables are HTML-escaped by default.
If you want to render unescaped HTML, use the triple mustache: {{{name}}}.
You can also use & to unescape a variable.

Triple mustaches in Nustache don`t work.
Since I share templates between client and server, this forces me to use double mustaches everywhere, and I get unneccesary HTML-escaping of data, which is already escaped (in database).

It would be great if triple mustaches for unescaped data worked in Nustache as well.

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jdiamond commented Mar 16, 2012

Triple staches are supposed to work. I just tested them and they do as long as there's no whitespace inside the staches. I'll fix it so that whitespace is allowed inside in just a bit.

@jdiamond jdiamond closed this in 00651bc Mar 16, 2012

Triple mustaches with whitespaces are now working fine. Thank you very much.

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