the "Template Toolkit" template processing system in perl
DescriptionThe Template Toolkit is a fast, powerful, flexible, and easily extensible template processing system written in Perl. It is ideally suited for (but not limited) to the creation of static and dynamic web content. It includes support for all standard templating directives and many additional features including output filtering, exception handling, macro definition, support for plugin objects, definition of template metadata, embedded Perl code, and much more. This package contains the 'tpage' and 'ttree' executables which serve as simple, powerful tools in the creation of static content without any prerequisite knowledge of Perl. It also contains an extensive set of Perl modules ideally suited to act as a templating system in the dynamic creation of web content. Excellent offline batch processing makes it ideal for generating non-web-based content including POD, LaTeX, PostScript, and plain text from source templates. This package includes the HTML and Postscript template libraries which provide a number of basic templates for use in building pages in these forms. This package also includes Doug Steinwand's high-speed drop-in replacement for Template::Stash written in Perl XS.
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