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NAME ^

Template::Context::Cacheable - profiling/caching-aware version of Template::Context

SYNOPSIS use My::Favourite::Cache::Engine; use Template::Context::Cacheable; ^

    Template::Context::Cacheable::configure_caching(
        \&My::Favourite::Cache::Engine::get,
        \&My::Favourite::Cache::Engine::put,
    );

DESCRIPTION ^

Enables profiling and caching of Template-Toolkit subtemplates, that can improve template processing speed many times.

Using in templates

Inside any template you can use cached subtemplates. See example:

 [% PROCESS subtemplate.tt
    param_name_1 = 'value_1'
    param_name_2 = 'value_2'
    __cache_time = 60
 %]

Here __cache_time parameter enables caching and sets caching time in seconds. If __cache_time value is negative, subtemplated will be cached forever (actually it will be cached for 12 hours ;)

param_name_X is examples of parameters, which combination will be used as a hash key.

FUNCTIONS / METHODS ^

The following functions / methods are available:

configure_caching ( cache_get_ref, cache_put_ref )

Install cache get / put handlers.

Here are protypes for get / put handlers which illustrates parameters which they will receive:

sub get { my ($key) = @_;

    ...
}

sub set { my ($code, $key, $keep_in_seconds) = @_;

    ...
}

process ( self )

Overloaded Template::Context::process method

EXPORT ^

No functions is exported.

AUTHOR ^

Walery Studennikov, <despair at cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE ^

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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