Template::Process - Process TT2 templates against data files
use Template::Process; $tt = Template::Process->new(); # VARS $tt->process(TT => 'h.tt.html', DATA => 'vars.yml', OUT => 'h.html') or die $tt->error;
This module implements a facility to process TT2 scripts against data files, so that applying simple templates to simple data involves no coding.
This is the heart of the tt script (which comes in the same distribution).
$tt = Template::Process->new;
$tt->process(TT => $tt, DATA => \@data, OUT => $out);
The elements at
@data may be: hash refs, YAML and Perl filenames. A YAML filename is expected to exist (
-f $_ returns true) and match
/\.ya?ml$/. A Perl filename must satisfy
-f $_ and match
DATA is ommitted, the template is processed with no extra variables.
OUT is ommitted,
\*STDOUT is used.
$tt->process(@ARGS) or die $tt->error;
In case of processing errors, returns a (hopefully) helpful message.
None at all. This is OO.
ttree (from Template-Toolkit distribution)
Adriano Ferreira, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (C) 2006-2007 by Adriano Ferreira
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.