Where to put helper methods for tags?

Where is an appropriate place to put helper methods for tags to
support the DRY principle?

Tags are instance_eval’d on the page, so depending on how your page
hierachy either put them as a method on a superclass or put them in a
module which is included in each of the pages.

Thanks for that explanation!

I ended up creating a MyTags module that included tag definitions as
well as helper methods. For those who may have the same question I did
something like this:

In extensions/my_tags/lib/my_tags.rb:

module MyTags
include Radiant::Taggable

def helper_hello

tag ‘hello’ do |tag|

In extensions/my_tags/my_tags_extension.rb:

class MyTagsExtension < Radiant::Extension
version “1.0”
description “Adds my tags to the global tag library”
url “http://my_tags.com”

def activate
Page.send :include, MyTags

As you can see my helper method ‘helper_hello’ is available from within
my tags.

The above technique used to include tags in the global scope was
suggested a few months back in this mailing list and I found it works
out quite nicely.