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NAME ^

MojoX::Template::PHP - PHP processing engine for MojoX::Plugin::PHP

VERSION ^

0.03

SYNOPSIS ^

    use MojoX::Template::PHP;
    my $mt = MojoX::Template::PHP->new;
    my $output = $mt->render(<<'EOF');
    <html>
        <head><title>Simple</title><head>
        <body>Time: 
            <?php echo time(); ?>
        </body>
    </html>
    EOF
    say $output;

    my $output = $mt->render_file( '/path/to/some/template.php' );
    say $output;

DESCRIPTION ^

MojoX::Template::PHP is a way to use PHP as a templating system for your Mojolicious application.

1. You can put a Mojolicious wrapper around some decent PHP application (say, WordPress)
2. You are on a development project with Perl and PHP programmers, and you want to use Mojolicious as a backend without scaring the PHP developers.

ATTRIBUTES ^

MojoX::Template::PHP implements the following attributes:

code

    my $code = $mt->code;
    $mt = $mt->code($code);

Inline PHP code for template. The "interpret" method will check the "include_file" attribute first, and then this attribute to decide what to pass to the PHP interpreter.

encoding

    my $encoding = $mt->encoding;
    $mt = $mt->encoding( $charset );

Encoding used for template files.

include_file

    my $file = $mt->include_file;
    $mt = $mt->include_file( $path );

PHP template file to be interpreted. The "interpret" method will check this attribute, and then the "code" attribute to decide what to pass to the PHP interpreter.

name

    my $name = $mt->name;
    $mt = $mt->name('foo.php');

Name of the template currently being processed. Defaults to template.php. This value should not contain quotes or newline characters, or error messages might end up being wrong.

template

    my $template = $mt->template;
    $mt = $mt->template( $template_name );

Should contain the name of the template currently being processed, but I don't think it is ever set to anything now. This value will appear in exception messages.

METHODS ^

MojoX::Template::PHP inherits all methods from Mojo::Base, and the following new ones:

interpret

    my $output = $mt->interpret($c)

Interpret template code. Starts the PHP engine and evaluates the template code with it. See "MojoX::Plugin::PHP" in "CONFIG" for information about various callbacks that can be used to change and extend the behavior of the PHP templating engine.

render

    my $output = $mt->render($template);

Render a PHP template.

render_file

    my $output = $mt->render_file( $php_file_path );

Render template file.

SEE ALSO ^

MojoX::Plugin::PHP, Mojo::Template, PHP, Catalyst::View::Template::PHP

AUTHOR ^

Marty O'Brien <mob@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT ^

Copyright 2013, Marty O'Brien. All rights reserved.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Sortware Foundation; or the Artistic License.

See http://dev.perl.org/licenses for more information.

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