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/samples/scalate-sample/src/main/webapp/ssp/velocity/sampleTag.ssp

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20<h1>Sample Tag</h1>
21
22<p>
23  This page demonstrates a kinda pseudo custom tag in SSP.
24  Notice how the method we invoke, <b>MyTags.someLayoutWithImportedCapture</b> just takes a function
25  which when invoked returns Unit.
26  To be able to capture the output of the body, the implementation uses the imported <b>RenderContext.capture</b> method
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28
29#{
30  import org.fusesource.scalate.sample.MyTags._
31  val name = "James"
32}#
33        
34#do( someLayoutWithImportedCapture )
35hey ${name} this is some body text!
36#end