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NAME ^

xslate - Process Xslate Templates

USAGE ^

    # process paths
    $ xslate [options...] target

    -a --cache               Cache level
    -t --type                Output content type (html | xml | text)
    -E --engine              Template engine
    -D --define              Define template variables (e.g. foo=bar)
    -I --path                Include paths
    --version                Print version information
    --oe --output_encoding   Output encoding (default: UTF-8)
    -M --module              Modules templates will use (e.g. name=sub1,sub2)
    -e --eval                One line of template code
    -s --syntax              Template syntax (e.g. TTerse)
    -d --debug               Debugging flags
    -x --suffix              Output suffix mapping (e.g. tx=html)
    --ie --input_encoding    Input encoding (default: UTF-8)
    -i --ignore              Regular expression the process will ignore
    -c --cache_dir           Directory the cache files will be saved in
    -o --dest                Destination directry
    -w --verbose             Warning level (default: 2)

    # one liners, with $ARGV and $ENV
    xslate -e 'Hello, <: $ARGV[0] :> world!' Xslate
    # => Hello, Xslate world!
    xslate -MDigest::MD5=md5_hex -e '<: md5_hex($ARGV[0]) :>' 'foo bar'
    # => 327b6f07435811239bc47e1544353273

DESCRIPTION ^

The xslate script is used to process entire directory trees containing template files, or to process one liners.

ARGUMENTS ^

target

Specifies the target to be processed by Xslate.

If the target is a file, the file is processed, and xslate will exit immediately. If the target is a directory, then the directory is traversed and each file found is processed via xslate.

AUTHOR ^

Maki, Daisuke (lestrrat)

Fuji, Goro (gfx)

SEE ALSO ^

Text::Xslate

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