RE: Couple of .shade related questions

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Louis DeJardin

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Dec 14, 2012, 11:58:16 AM12/14/12
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For inline code, try
-one line;
Or
@{
  any number of lines
}

The first - or @ must be indented properly. The { is required for the @ syntax. The multiline doesn't need to be indented (but can be) because it will treat any white space as code until the matching }.

For use:content ... If the xmlns prefixes aren't working you might want to try the longer element-attribute form of those tags?

content name="foo"
  this is foo

use content="foo"

Haven't tried it myself - but shade is really just XML without the <'s - so I expect that would work.

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From: Corey
Sent: 12/12/2012 1:50 PM
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Subject: Couple of .shade related questions

What are the equivalents in shade?

<use:content>
  Default content goes here.
</use:content>

#this.Asset("jquery"); //void calls as opposed to the typical ${ code }

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Corey

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Dec 22, 2012, 10:38:30 AM12/22/12
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This helped. Thanks
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