Nested helpers can render the wrong block #463

justanotherjones opened this Issue Mar 6, 2013 · 4 comments


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This is most easily explained by this jsfiddle:

The result should be 'ONE TWO' but we get 'ONE ONE'. The two 'wrapper' blocks are treated as identical even though only their outer portions match.

A workaround is to differentiate the two blocks: 'wrapper-one' and 'wrapper-two'

jpongin commented Mar 16, 2013

Yes, I can confirm this bug. For me, nesting "#if"'s within a "#with" helper block renders the wrong block.

Work around here is to not nest any "#if"'s within a "#with" block.

ericf commented Mar 21, 2013

This seems like a big issue. I've run into this as well.

ericf commented Mar 21, 2013

@jonesybighammer This appears to be fixed in v1.0.10. I think this is worth revving to 1.0.0-rc.4 as well. People using the 1.0.0-rc.3 tag will get bit by this issue.

kpdecker commented Apr 7, 2013

Closing as this is fixed in master. We are working on the next client release and hope to have that update shortly.

@kpdecker kpdecker closed this Apr 7, 2013
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