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Yii 2 Pug (ex Jade) extension

This extension provides a view renderer for Pug templates for Yii framework 2.0 applications.

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Installation

The preferred way to install this extension is through composer.

Either run

composer require pug/yii2

or add

"pug/yii2": "^1.0",

to the require section of your composer.json file.

Configure

<?php

return [
  // ...
  'components' => [
    // ...
    'view' => [
      // ...
      'renderers' => [
        'pug' => 'Pug\\Yii\\ViewRenderer',
      ],
    ],
  ],
];

You can also use other pug renderer like phug or tale-pug

<?php

return [
  // ...
  'components' => [
    // ...
    'view' => [
      // ...
      'renderers' => [
        'pug' => [
          'class'    => 'Pug\\Yii\\ViewRenderer',
          'renderer' => 'Phug\\Renderer',
        ],
      ],
    ],
  ],
];

Phug and Pug-php (the default renderer) are automatically installed when you install the last version of pug/yii2, for other pug renderer, replace the renderer class and include it.

For example, for Tale-pug, use composer require talesoft/tale-pug then replace 'Tale\\Pug\\Renderer' with 'Tale\\Pug\\Renderer' in the config example above.

Cache path and View path

By default, this extension uses '@runtime/pug/cache' to store compiled templates, and looks in '@app/views' to find the templates to compile.

You can change this, by specifying cachePath and/or viewPath in the configuration, for example:

return [
  // ...
  'components' => [
    // ...
    'view' => [
      // ...
      'renderers' => [
        'pug' => [
          'class'     => 'Pug\\Yii\\ViewRenderer',
          'cachePath' => '@app/runtime/Pugcache',
          'viewPath'  => '@app/themes/dark/templates/views',
        ],
      ],
    ],
  ],
];

pug/yii provide 2 global variables: app (Yii::$app) and view (view path given to ->render() in your controller). It imply that:

  • If you set app or view shared variables, they will be erased by those system values.
  • If you pass app or view locals to the ->render() method they will have the precedence on system values.

To avoid such name conflict, you can pack into on object and store in a shared variable with a name you chose:

return [
  // ...
  'components' => [
    // ...
    'view' => [
      // ...
      'renderers' => [
        'pug' => [
          'class'           => 'Pug\\Yii\\ViewRenderer',
          // ...
          'systemVariable'  => '_yii',
        ],
      ],
    ],
  ],
];

With this config, app and view are no longer reserved names (can be used for your own locals or shared variables), only _yii is, and so you can get app and view like this:

h1=_yii.view.defaultExtension
p=_yii.app.version

Or if you set the expressionLanguage option to "php":

h1=$_yii->view->defaultExtension
p=$_yii->app->getVersion()

Credits

This solution merge both project rmrevin/yii2-pug (original fork that support pug-php 2) and jacmoe/yii2-tale-pug (tale-pug and tale-jade Yii2 solution) and finally bring support for pug-php 3 and phug engines.