Reads the named file and returns its content.
||The name of the file to read.
||Make use of locales when parsing the included file.
name => $column,
locale => $locale,
or similarly with positional parameters:
Reads the named file and returns its content to the caller.
The file should normally be relative to the website's home directory,
as set up using the Catalog global configuration
If TemplateDir directive is in use,
and the file was not found relative to the website's home directory,
then the directories in the templateDir list will
This tag interpolates
any Interchange tags found in the named file,
and returns the resulting text.
If you want the file's content to be returned
verbatim then use the [file] tag instead.
File names beginning with "/" or ".." are not
allowed if the Interchange server administrator has set the
NoAbsolute configuration directive to "Yes".
If the file contains Loop sub-tags
then they will be output verbatim,
and not parsed as you might have expected.
Interchange 5.5.2 introduced a new [PREFIX-include]
loop sub-tag for this purpose.
Files can include other files.
The maximum number of nested inclusions can
be controlled by the Limit directive's
The name of the file to read.
Make use of locales when parsing the included file.
Tries to use POSIX setlocale() along with the definitions
of "decimal_point", "mon_thousands_sep" and
as declared using the Locale and/or
LocaleDatabase local configuration
If this parameter is false then the value of the current locale's "readfile" key will be used.