module for using HTML templates with Perl
DescriptionHTML::Template attempts to make using HTML templates simple and natural. It extends standard HTML with the pseudo tags <TMPL_VAR>, <TMPL_LOOP>, <TMPL_INCLUDE>, <TMPL_IF> and <TMPL_ELSE>. These are used to implement some basic logic - variable substitution, loops, conditional branches - inside the HTML template, while leaving the more complex computations to separate Perl code. This keeps the template accessible for designers and other non-Perl people, without limiting the programmer. HTML::Template optionally stores its cache in shared memory using the IPC::SharedCache module. Please install libipc-sharedcache-perl and pass the shared_cache option to HTML::Template if you want to make use of this.
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