If you don’t want to use .phtml template suffix, you can change it to .tpl (or whatever you want):
Changing properties of the Dwoo or Dwoo_Compiler objects
You can access the setSomething() methods of the Dwoo and Dwoo_Compiler classes through the configuration array as such:
Constructor accepts a configuration array (via setOptions() method) or instance of Zend_Config object (via setConfig() method).
Alternatively you can just provide a custom pre-configured object instead of those settings sub-arrays, see below.
Using your own engine class
You can ask the adapter to use any class that extends Dwoo as its engine (as of 2008/09/12 only SVN version):
In addition, you can set the custom class and set params for it:
Dwoo_Adapters_ZendFramework_View supports Zend’s view helpers with the use of Dwoo_Adapters_ZendFramework_PluginProxy.
This proxy is bonded to the Dwoo engine and checks for available helpers (headTitle, headLink, url, etc).