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A version of ``{% include %}`` that accepts multiple template names.

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A version of {% include %} that accepts multiple template names.

Usage

Add multiple_include to INSTALLED_APPS.

Then, in your template:

{% load multiple_include %}

{% multiple_include "template1.html" "template2.html" "template2.html" with object=item %}

The templatetag will include the first existing template from the list. This allows more interesting uses as:

{% load multiple_include %}

{% with "story_"|add:object.category_slug|add:".html" as category_template %}
{% multiple_include category_template "news/story_default.html" %}
{% endwith %}

Note: For a cleaner string concatenation, you can use the capture tag shipped with Django Basic Apps:

In your settings:

INSTALLED_APPS += ('basic.tools')

Template:

{% load multiple_include capture %}

{% capture as category_template %}
    story_{{ object.category_slug}}.html
{% endcapture %}

{% multiple_include category_template "news/story_default.html" %}

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