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Author : clokep
def render_block_to_string(template_name, block_name, context=None, request=None):
    Loads the given template_name and renders the given block with the given
    dictionary as context. Returns a string.

            The name of the template to load and render. If it's a list of
            template names, Django uses select_template() instead of
            get_template() to find the template.

    # Like render_to_string, template_name can be a string or a list/tuple.
    if isinstance(template_name, (tuple, list)):
        t = loader.select_template(template_name)
        t = loader.get_template(template_name)

    # Create the context instance.
    context = context or {}

    # The Django backend.
    if isinstance(t, DjangoTemplate):
        return django_render_block(t, block_name, context, request)

    elif isinstance(t, Jinja2Template):
        from render_block.jinja2 import jinja2_render_block
        return jinja2_render_block(t, block_name, context)

        raise UnsupportedEngine(
            'Can only render blocks from the Django template backend.')