so instead of settung up a condition for the language around each euro sign.
now there is another new language but they not paying with euro.
Basically, all Smarty methods now follow the "foo Bar Baz" camel case syntax.
Also, all Smarty properties now have getters and setters.
mkdir smarty cd smarty mkdir templates templates_c cache config chown nobody:nobody /web/ chmod 770 /web/ chown nobody:nobody /web/ chmod 770 /web/ $root Dir = __DIR__; require_once($root Dir .
'/vendor/swiftmailer/swiftmailer/lib/swift_required.php'); require_once($root Dir . '/libraries/smarty-3.1.27/libs/Smarty.class.php'); ini_set('date.timezone', 'Europe/Berlin'); $smarty = new Smarty(); $smarty- chmod 770 will be fairly tight security, it only allows user “nobody” and group “nobody” read/write access to the directories.
I'm running the latest from the repo pull and have run across a problem.
It manifested itself in being unable to pull in a subtemplate.
I gathered the way to do this is via $var = ‘whatever’; $smarty-assign(‘var’, $var); However, the variable doesn’t seem to be assigned correctly as it is not listed in the templates variables list retrieved by  and as a result the field were the variable is supposed to be shown ends up being null.
I managed to assign variables in the tpl file directly with  and can also use this one in another tpl.