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SmartyBundle

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Smarty3 template engine bundle for Symfony2

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smarty:
form:
resources:

# Default:
- form_div_layout.html.tpl
globals:

# Prototype
key:
id: ~
type: ~
value: ~
options:
allow_php_templates: ~
auto_literal: ~

# filters that you wish to load on every template invocation
autoload_filters:
pre:

# Examples:
- trim
- stamp
post:

# Example:
- add_header_comment
output:

# Example:
- convert
cache_dir: %kernel.cache_dir%/smarty/cache
cache_id: ~
cache_lifetime: ~
cache_locking: ~
cache_modified_check: ~
caching: ~
caching_type: ~
compile_check: ~
compile_dir: %kernel.cache_dir%/smarty/templates_c
compile_id: ~
compile_locking: ~
compiler_class: ~
config_booleanize: ~
config_dir: %kernel.root_dir%/config/smarty
config_overwrite: ~
config_read_hidden: ~
debug_tpl: ~
debugging: ~
debugging_ctrl: ~
default_config_type: ~
default_modifiers: ~
default_resource_type: file
default_config_handler_func: ~
default_template_handler_func: ~
direct_access_security: ~
error_reporting: ~
escape_html: ~
force_cache: ~
force_compile: ~
inheritance_merge_compiled_includes: ~
left_delimiter: ~
locking_timeout: ~
merge_compiled_includes: ~
php_handling: ~

# Add directories to the default list of directories where plugins are stored
plugins_dir: []
right_delimiter: ~
smarty_debug_id: ~
template_dir: %kernel.root_dir%/Resources/views
trusted_dir: ~
use_include_path: false
use_sub_dirs: true
assetic: ~
bootstrap: false
menu: false
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