Mustache: Globally disable html escaping?

2019-04-20 00:03发布

问题:

Is there a way how I can (without modifying the sources of mustache) disable the HTML escaping? I'm using mustache for other things and dont want to have the following entities escaped.

var entityMap = {
  "&": "&",
  "<": "&lt;",
  ">": "&gt;",
  '"': '&quot;',
  "'": '&#39;',
  "/": '&#x2F;'
};

Given a template like foo '{{bar}}' and a view { bar : 1 }will produce foo &#39;1&#39.

回答1:

If you are trying to just NOT HTML escape some strings, you just do {{{xx}}} instead of {{xx}}

As per:

http://mustache.github.io/mustache.5.html

So if you had a string that consisted of:

test => Q & A

Calling with:

{{ test }}

would give you:

Q &amp; A

..but calling with:

{{{ test }}} or {{ &test }}

Would give you just:

q & a


回答2:

It's actually pretty simple, mustache is offering the escape function to be overridden. The following line disables the escaping of mustache templates.

mustache.escape = function (value)
{
    return value;
};