Ben Bullock

NAME

C::Template - Template toolkit for C.

SYNOPSIS

    my $ct = C::Template->new ();
    $ct->process ("x.c.tmpl", \%vars, "x.c");

DESCRIPTION

This module is a wrapper around Template which adds two filters, c and cpc.

METHODS

new

    my $ct = C::Template->new ();

Create a new object. This incorporates a Template object. To change the include path,

    my $ct = C::Template->new ({include_path => '/path/to/include/files'});

process

    $ct->process ('input-template', \%vars, 'output');

This processes input-template into output. output is normally a C file. If the input contains a line

    #line

it will be processed into "#line 4" with the line number added.

FILTERS

c

In the Perl program:

    $vars{stuff} = 'test "string" 100%'

In the template:

    [% stuff | c %]

Output is

    "test \"string\" 100%"

The c filter changes its input into a C string. Percentage signs '%' are not changed.

cpc

In the Perl program:

    $vars{stuff} = 'test "string" 100%'

In the template:

    [% stuff | cpc %]

Output is

    "test \"string\" 100%%"

The cpc filter changes its input into a C string. Percentage signs are changed from '%' to '%%' so that the string can be used as the format argument for printf-style functions without interpolation of arguments.

AUTHOR AND COPYRIGHT

Ben Bullock, <bkb@cpan.org>, copyright (c) 2012-2014

LICENCE

This may be used, redistributed, and modified under the same terms as Perl itself.




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