Mason::Manual - Index of Mason documentation
Getting a "hello world" Mason template working on the command-line and from a script.
Provides a tour of Mason by showing how to build a micro-blog application.
Frequently asked questions.
Information for Mason administrators, including how to set up Mason in various environments.
All about components, the building blocks of Mason.
A full reference of syntax that can be used in components.
How request paths get mapped to page components.
Recipes for common Mason tasks.
Using and creating filters that can be applied to portions of content in a component.
Using and creating plugins to modify Mason behavior.
Summary of differences between Mason 1 and Mason 2.
Mason::Interp is the central Mason object, returned from
Mason->new. It is responsible for creating new requests, compiling components, and maintaining the cache of loaded components.
Mason::Request represents a single request for a page, and is the access point for most Mason features not provided by syntactic tags.
Mason::Component is the base class from which all generated component classes inherit, directly or indirectly.
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