[# This is a comment tag #] [# This code is NFG - temporarily disabled [% if oh.noes -%] Oh Noes! [% else <nelson>Ha Ha</nelson> #] --EOF--look inside...
- Comments can include other tags
- Comment out blocks of code
- Documentation with examples of use
Thus Spake Andy:
TT3 also has comment tags. You can still put comments in either inline
or outline tags (although they're broken in outline tags at the time of
writing - it's on my TODO list). They start with a
# and continue to
the end of line or end of tag (whichever comes first). The new comment tags
consume and ignore everything from the
[# start to the first
following it. That means you can't nest comment tags, but you can have
other tags (including syntactically incorrect ones) inside a comment tag.
That's useful for commenting out bits of code or perhaps if you want to write
some documentation for a template including examples of use.