The padrino_render plugin adds rendering support that is similar to Padrino's. While not everything Padrino's rendering supports is supported by this plugin (yet), it currently handles enough to be a drop in replacement for some applications.
plugin :padrino_render, :views => 'path/2/views'
Most notably, this makes the
render method default to using
the layout, similar to how the
view method works in the render
plugin. If you want to call render and not use a layout, you can use the
render('test') # layout render('test', :layout=>false) # no layout
Note that this plugin loads the :partials plugin.
Classes and Modules
Public Class methods
Depend on the render plugin, since this overrides some of its methods.
# File lib/roda/plugins/padrino_render.rb, line 28 def self.load_dependencies(app, opts=OPTS) app.plugin :partials, opts end