Template::Manual::Variables - Template variables and code bindings River stage four • 586 direct dependents • 1284 total dependents

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Template::Manual::Directives - Template directives River stage four • 586 direct dependents • 1284 total dependents

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Template::Plugin::Procedural - Base class for procedural plugins River stage four • 586 direct dependents • 1284 total dependents

"Template::Plugin::Procedural" is a base class for Template Toolkit plugins that causes defined subroutines to be called directly rather than as a method. Essentially this means that subroutines will not receive the class name or object as its first ...

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Template::Tutorial::Datafile - Creating Data Output Files Using the Template Toolkit River stage four • 586 direct dependents • 1284 total dependents

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Template::Namespace::Constants - Compile time constant folding River stage four • 586 direct dependents • 1284 total dependents

The "Template::Namespace::Constants" module implements a namespace handler which is plugged into the "Template::Directive" compiler module. This then performs compile time constant folding of variables in a particular namespace....

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Template::Tools::ttree - Process entire directory trees of templates River stage four • 586 direct dependents • 1284 total dependents

The ttree script is used to process entire directory trees containing template files. The resulting output from processing each file is then written to a corresponding file in a destination directory. The script compares the modification times of sou...

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Template::Tools::tpage - Process templates from command line River stage four • 586 direct dependents • 1284 total dependents

The tpage script is a simple wrapper around the Template Toolkit processor. Files specified by name on the command line are processed in turn by the template processor and the resulting output is sent to STDOUT and can be redirected accordingly. e.g....

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