package Dancer::Template::Haml;

use strict;
use warnings;

use Text::Haml;

use vars '$VERSION';
use base 'Dancer::Template::Abstract';

our $VERSION = '0.01';

my $_engine;

sub init { $_engine = Text::Haml->new }

sub render($$$) {
    my ($self, $template, $tokens) = @_;

	$template =~ s/\.tt$/\.haml/;

    die "'$template' is not a regular file"
      if ref($template) || (!-f $template);

    my $content = q{};
    $content = $_engine->render_file($template, %$tokens)
		or die $_engine->error;
    return $content;



=head1 NAME

Dancer::Template::Haml - Haml wrapper for Dancer


 set template => 'haml';
 get '/bazinga', sub {
 	template 'bazinga' => {
 		title => 'Bazinga!',
 		content => 'Bazinga?',

Then, on C<views/bazinga.haml>:

 %html{ :xmlns => "", :lang => "en", "xml:lang" => "en"}
     %title= title
       %strong= content

And... bazinga!


This class is an interface between Dancer's template engine abstraction layer
and the L<Text::Haml> module.

In order to use this engine, set the following setting as the following:

    template: haml

This can be done in your config.yml file or directly in your app code with the
B<set> keyword.

=head1 SEE ALSO

L<Dancer>, L<Text::Haml>

=head1 TODO

The usage of helpers, filters and attributes. This will be implemented once
Dancer has capabilities to take specific parameters for each templating engine
it supports.

=head1 AUTHOR

This module has been written by David Moreno, L<>. This module
was heavily based on Franck Cuny's L<Dancer::Template::MicroTemplate>.

=head1 LICENSE

This module is free software and is released under the same terms as Perl