Template::Plugin::Next - include the 'next' template file with identical relative path
This is a plugin for the Template Toolkit distribution that allows the inclusion of template files with identical relative paths like the present template. Those templates are 'hidden' by the present template, because their respective INCLUDE_PATH entries are dominated by the one of the including template.
The functionality provided by this plugin might come handy in multi skin situations where default templates are selectively redefined by a skin using a dominating INCLUDE_PATH entry for the skin and identical relative paths to the templates as with the default templates - thus hiding them.
The Next-plugin allows to include the dominated default templates from inside the hiding template in order to decorate the default template or include a parameterized version of it.
# We assume: INCLUDE_PATH='/templates/c:/templates/b:/templates/a' # template a/test.tt (note this template accepts a "parameter" called 'repeat'): [% repeat = repeat || 1; 'a' | repeat(repeat) %] # template b/test.tt: b [% USE Next; Next.include( repeat => 3 ); %] b # template c/test.tt: c [% USE Next; Next.include(); %] c # a call to template test.tt [% INCLUDE test.tt %] # would yield something like the following (with POST_CHOMP set to 1): c b aaa b c
Exported stash variable: Next_
Includes the 'next' dominated template with an identical relative path like the one this plugin method is called from. It accepts named parameters like its TT directive counterpart PROCESS that will result in stash variables.
Same as process() but with stash localisation.
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Please report any bugs or feature requests to
bug-template-plugin-next at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Template-Plugin-Next. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
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Copyright 2010 Alexander Kühne, all rights reserved.
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