Push-mode ZPT pages
“Push”-mode is jargon used in a number of templating systems to describe templates which have their data “pushed” to them as a mapping, supplied by the application. Tradiional ZPT contexts include top-level variables (e.g., “context”) from which the template “pulls” data. This package offers a variant of ZPT which suppresses any context variables except those explicitly passed by the caller.
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