Mark Fowler
and 1 contributors

NAME

Template::Plugin::Textile - textile plugin for the Template Toolkit

SYNOPSIS

  [% USE Textile -%]
  [% FILTER textile %]this is _like_ *so* *cool*[% END %]

  <p>this is <em>like</em> <strong>so</strong <strong>cool</strong></p>

DESCRIPTION

This is a very thin wrapper around Text::Textile for the Template Toolkit. When you load the plugin, it creates a filter called textile that you can use in the normal way

  [% text = BLOCK -%]
  The "Template Toolkit":http://www.tt2.org was written by Andy Wardly.
  !http://www.perl.com/supersnail/os2002/images/small/os6_d5_5268_w2_sm.jpg!
  This image (c) Julian Cash 2002
  [%- END %]

  [% text | textile %]

Or

  [% FILTER textile %]
  Reasons to use the Template Toolkit:

  * Seperation of concerns.
  * It's written in Perl.
  * Badgers are Still Cool.
  [% END %]

BUGS

None known (it's only ten lines of code.)

Bugs (and requests for new features) can be reported to the open source development team at Profero though the CPAN RT system: <http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Template-Plugin-Textile>

AUTHOR

The thin wrapper code (all ten lines of it) was written by Mark Fowler <mark@twoshortplanks.com>.

The Text::Textile module that does all the work was written by Tom Insam <tom@jerakeen.org>, and in his own words 'All the clever things in Text::Textile were written by Brad Choate <http://www.bradchoate.com>'

  Copyright Profero 2003.  All rights reserved.
  Copyright Mark Fowler 2012.  All rights reserved.

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

SEE ALSO

Text::Textile, Template, Template::Plugin, Template::Filters