[Melbourne-pm] a perl html template processor I wrote

deepfryed at gmail.com deepfryed at gmail.com
Tue Apr 29 06:33:12 PDT 2008


I like the idea of leveraging structure in html for templating,
although it would mean that it will not be flexible like a more full
flown engine such as TT.  I would be interested in taking a look.

On 4/29/08, Alfie John <alfiejohn at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Sam,
> On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 10:14 PM, Sam Watkins <swatkins at fastmail.fm> wrote:
> >  I wrote an html template processor for a CGI/perl job,
> >
> >  I think it's quite a nice system, the syntax and design is simpler than
> >  other template programs I've seen.
> >
> >  Is this interesting to anyone who does web development?
> Some say that a HTML templating system is a Perl rite of passage.
> Depending on what your needs are, you might want to try the simple
> (and lite) HTML::Template, or even a more complex but complete
> HTML::Mason:
>   http://search.cpan.org/search?m=all&q=template&s=1&n=100
> Although you might have invented a rounder wheel, you should maybe
> consider CPAN in future. You could even say, CPAN is "Rule 34" for
> Perl :)
> Alfie
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