Java::Javap::Generator::Perl6 - uses Template Toolkit to spit out Perl 6 River stage zero No dependents

This is a generator which uses TT to make output. It's templates are strings inside this module. To change templates, subclass and override "_get_template_for_interface" and/or "_get_template_for_class"....

TIMB/Java-2Perl6API-0.11 - 05 Sep 2010 22:25:47 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::P - handle "P" formatting code River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Instead of directing focus out to another document, it allows you to draw the contents of another document into your own....

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::C - Contained text is code River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The "C<>" formatting code specifies that the contained text is code; that is, something that might appear in a program or specification. Such content would typically be rendered in a fixed-width font (preferably a different font from that used for th...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::B - Basis/focus of sentence River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The "B<>" formatting code specifies that the contained text is the basis or focus of the surrounding text; that it is of fundamental significance. Such content would typically be rendered in a bold style or in "<strong>"..."</strong>" tags....

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::S - Space-preserving text River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Any text enclosed in an "S<>" code is formatted normally, except that every whitespace character in it—including any newline—is preserved. These characters are also treated as being non-breaking (except for the newlines, of course). For example: The ...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::A - Replaced by contents of specified macro/object River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

A variation on placement codes is the "A<>" code, which is replaced by the contents of the named alias or object specified within its delimiters. For example: =alias PROGNAME Earl Irradiatem Eventually =alias VENDOR 4D Kingdoms =alias TERMS_URL L<htt...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::Directive::config - handle =config directive River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Perl6::Pod::Directive::config - handle =config directive The =config directive allows you to prespecify standard configuration information that is applied to every block of a particular type. =config BLOCK_TYPE CONFIG OPTIONS = OPTIONAL EXTRA CONFIG ...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::Z - Inline comments River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The "Z<>" formatting code indicates that its contents constitute a zero-width comment, which should not be rendered by any renderer. For example: The "exeunt" command Z<Think about renaming this command?> is used to quit all applications....

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::T - Terminal output River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The "T<>" formatting code specifies that the contained text is terminal output; that is: something that a program might print out. Such content would typically be rendered in a fixed-width font or with " <samp>...</samp> " tags. The contents of a "T<...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::R - Replaceable item River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The "R<>" formatting code specifies that the contained text is a replaceable item, a placeholder, or a metasyntactic variable. It is used to indicate a component of a syntax or specification that should eventually be replaced by an actual value. For ...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::K - keyboard input River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The "K<>" formatting code specifies that the contained text is keyboard input; that is: something that a user might type in. Such content would typically be rendered in a fixed-width font (preferably a different font from that used for the "T<>" form...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::D - Definition River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The "D<>" formatting code indicates that the contained text is a definition, introducing a term that the adjacent text elucidates. It is the inline equivalent of a "=defn" block. For example: There ensued a terrible moment of D<coyotus interruptus>: ...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::M - class of M code River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Perldoc modules can define their own formatting codes, using the code. An code must start with a colon-terminated scheme specifier. The rest of the enclosed text is treated as the (verbatim) contents of the formatting code. For example: =use Perldoc:...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::U - Unusual text River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The "U<>" formatting code specifies that the contained text is unusual or distinctive; that it is of *minor significance*. Typically such content would be rendered in an underlined style....

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::X - index entry River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Anything enclosed in an "X<>" code is an index entry. The contents of the code are both formatted into the document and used as the (case-insensitive) index entry: An X<array> is an ordered list of scalars indexed by number, starting with 0. A X<hash...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::I - Important River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The "I<>" formatting code specifies that the contained text is important; that it is of major significance. Such content would typically be rendered in italics or in "<em>"..."</em>" tags....

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::N - inline note River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

Anything enclosed in an "N<>" code is an inline note. For example: Use a C<for> loop instead.B<N<The Perl 6 C<for> loop is far more powerful than its Perl 5 predecessor.>> Preferably with an explicit iterator variable. Renderers may render such annot...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::L - handle "L" formatting code River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

The L<> code is used to specify all kinds of links, filenames, citations, and cross-references (both internal and external). A link specification consists of a scheme specifier terminated by a colon, followed by an external address (in the scheme's p...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Perl6::Pod::FormattingCode::E - include named Unicode or XHTML entities River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 4 total dependents

If the contents of the "E<>" are a number, that number is treated as the decimal Unicode value for the desired codepoint. For example: Perl 6 makes considerable use of E<171> and E<187>. You can also use explicit binary, octal, decimal, or hexadecima...

ZAG/Perl6-Pod-0.72 - 16 Dec 2015 09:51:31 GMT

Padre::Plugin::Perl6::Document - Perl 6 Support Document River stage zero No dependents

AZAWAWI/Padre-Plugin-Perl6-0.71 - 15 Dec 2010 10:22:56 GMT

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