Search results for "module:Template::Namespace::Constants"

Template::Namespace::Constants - Compile time constant folding River stage three • 558 direct dependents • 952 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....

ABW/Template-Toolkit-3.101 - 16 Aug 2022 07:02:05 UTC

Template::Constants - Defines constants for the Template Toolkit River stage three • 558 direct dependents • 952 total dependents

The "Template::Constants" modules defines, and optionally exports into the caller's namespace, a number of constants used by the Template package. Constants may be used by specifying the "Template::Constants" package explicitly: use Template::Constan...

ABW/Template-Toolkit-3.101 - 16 Aug 2022 07:02:05 UTC

Template::Magic - Magic merger of runtime values with templates River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

Template::Magic is a "magic" interface between programming and design. It makes "magically" available all the runtime values - stored in your variables or returned by your subroutines - inside a static template file. In simple cases there is no need ...

SKNPP/Template-Magic-1.4 - 05 Mar 2012 22:57:11 UTC

Template::Config - Factory module for instantiating other TT2 modules River stage three • 558 direct dependents • 952 total dependents

This module implements various methods for loading and instantiating other modules that comprise the Template Toolkit. It provides a consistent way to create toolkit components and allows custom modules to be used in place of the regular ones. Packag...

ABW/Template-Toolkit-3.101 - 16 Aug 2022 07:02:05 UTC

Filter::Template - a source filter for inline code templates (macros) River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 2 total dependents

Filter::Template is a Perl source filter that provides simple inline source code templates. Inlined source code can be significantly faster than subroutines, especially for small-scale functions like accessors and mutators. On the other hand, they ar...

RCAPUTO/Filter-Template-1.043 - 12 Aug 2013 13:12:37 UTC

Apache::Template - Apache/mod_perl interface to the Template Toolkit River stage zero No dependents

The Apache::Template module provides a simple interface to the Template Toolkit from Apache/mod_perl. The Template Toolkit is a fast, powerful and extensible template processing system written in Perl. It implements a general purpose template languag...

ABW/Apache-Template-0.09 - 27 Apr 2004 09:26:34 UTC

Template::Plugins - Plugin provider module River stage three • 558 direct dependents • 952 total dependents

The "Template::Plugins" module defines a provider class which can be used to load and instantiate Template Toolkit plugin modules....

ABW/Template-Toolkit-3.101 - 16 Aug 2022 07:02:05 UTC

Template::Sandbox - Fast template engine sandboxed from your application. River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

Template::Sandbox is Yet Another Templating module, designed primarily for use in a webserver environment but usable anywhere, providing a more secure "sandboxed" environment than most templating systems. The core design philosophy for Template::Sand...

SGRAHAM/Template-Sandbox-1.04 - 11 May 2010 09:08:09 UTC

Template::Benchmark::Engine - Base class for Template::Benchmark template engine plugins. River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

Provides a base class for Template::Benchmark template engine plugins....

SGRAHAM/Template-Benchmark-1.09 - 18 Oct 2010 09:30:20 UTC

Template::Plugin::GD::Constants - Interface to GD module constants River stage zero No dependents

The GD.Constants plugin provides access to the various GD module's constants (such as gdBrushed, gdSmallFont, gdTransparent, GD_CMP_IMAGE etc). When GD.pm is used in perl it exports various contstants into the caller's namespace. This plugin makes th...

ABW/Template-GD-2.66 - 03 Feb 2006 13:57:06 UTC
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