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Daisuke Maki
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NAME

Text::Xslate::Bridge::TT2Like - TT2 Variable Method Clone For Text::Xslate

SYNOPSIS

    use Text::Xslate;

    my $xslate = Text::Xslate->new(
        module => [
            'Text::Xslate::Bridge::TT2Like'
        ],
    );

    # Note that all methods require a set of parenthesis to be
    # recognized as a method.
    $xslate->render_string(
        '<: $foo.length() :>',
        { foo => "foo" }
    );

    $xslate->render_string(
        '<: $foo.replace("foo", "bar") :>',
        { foo => "foo" }
    );

DESCRIPTION

Text::Xslate::Bridge::TT2Like exports Template-Toolkit variable methods into Text::Xslate namespace, such that you can use them on your variables.

The only difference between this module and Text::Xslate::Bridge::TT2 is that Bridge::TT2 uses Template::Toolkit underneath, while this module is independent of Template::Toolkit and therefore does not require TT to be installed

AVAILABLE FUNCTIONS

Upon loading Text::Xslate::Bridge::TT2Like, you will be able to use the following functions in your template. Please note that some functions like uri are available from Text::Xslate to start with, so we don't reimplment them. Check the manual for Text::Xslate for more info.

array

item
list
hash
push
pop
unshift
shift
max
size
defined
first
last
reverse
grep
join
sort
nsort
unique
import
merge
slice
splice

function

html_para
html_break
html_para_break
html_line_break
xml
url
upper
lower
ucfirst
lcfirst
trim
null
collapse
indent
format
truncate
repeat
replace
remove

hash

item
hash
size
each
keys
values
items
pairs
list
exists
defined
delete
import
sort
nsort

scalar

item
list
hash
length
size
defined
match
repeat
replace
remove
split
chunk
substr

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Original code was taken from Template::VMethods, Template::Filters by Andy Wardley.

AUTHOR

Copyright (c) 2010 Daisuke Maki <daisuke@endeworks.jp>

LICENSE

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

See http://www.perl.com/perl/misc/Artistic.html