Jifty::View::Mason::Handler - Handler for Mason requests inside of Jifty
Jifty controls all of the input and output from the Mason templating engine; this means that we cannot use the Mason's standard HTML::Mason::CGIHandler interface to interact with it.
Takes a number of key-value parameters; see HTML::Mason::Params.
out_method to "out_method",
request_class to HTML::Mason::Request::Jifty (below).
which map to "escape_uri" and escape_utf8 respectively.
Returns our Mason config.
We use the component root specified in the
Web/TemplateRoot framework configuration variable (or
html by default).
we set up a
jifty component root,
as specified by the
All interpolations are HTML-escaped by default,
and we use the fatal error mode.
Does a css-busting but minimalist escaping of whatever html you're passing in.
Escapes in-place URI component according to RFC2396. Takes a reference to perl string.
*Note* that octets would be treated as latin1 encoded sequence and converted to UTF-8 encoding and then escaped. So this sub always provide UTF-8 escaped string. See also Encode for more info about converting.
A convenience method for $self->interp->comp_exists(). (Jifty uses this method as part of its standard Templating system API).
Takes a component path to render. Deals with setting up a global HTML::Mason::FakeApache and Request object, and calling the component.
A synonym for show
The official source for request arguments is from the current Jifty::Request object.
Subclass of HTML::Mason::Request which is customised for Jifty's use.
Doesn't send headers if this is a subrequest (according to the current Jifty::Request).
Actually runs the component; in case no headers have been sent after running the component, and we're supposed to send headers, sends them.
Calls "redirect" in Jifty::Web.