APM: Framework help: Can HTML::Template do this? If not, what CPAN module can?
wwalker at bybent.com
Thu Sep 8 15:16:26 PDT 2005
You can do this with TMPL_IF and TMPL_INCLUDE
This requires that you set calendar_present=1 in the calling program.
Since I'm not sure what decides if the calendar ends up in the
container, I can't guess further
On Thu, Sep 08, 2005 at 04:58:52PM -0500, Bill Raty wrote:
> I'm trying not to reinvent the wheel, but I'm having difficulty determining
> if the wheel I'm needing has been invented.
> I've looked at HTML::Template POD, and I get the basic concept. In my
> ignorance I'm failing to see how I can apply it to my problem, and ifthere
> are other CPAN modules that are better suited to my task.
> I want to have a DWIMy page component system so that page controls can be
> called out and "Do The Right Thing". Example:
> I have a calendar input widget set that requires pieces of HTML,
> script tag in the "head", a 'div' that needs to appear early on inside the
> "body" tag, and the 'input' tag that has event handlers that usethe earlier
> script tag.
> I'd like a system that abstract the container page, that lets me develop the
> calendar control component as if it were the containing page, but when
> added/included/embedded in the container page the system smartly places the
> control component elements in the correct part of the containing page. The
> clincher is the second add of the calendar widget doesn't duplicate the
> 'script' and 'div' tags, but only interjects the 'input' tag for the second
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