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NAME ^

Template::Refine::Utils - sugar up some common Template::Refine operations

SYNOPSIS ^

   use Template::Refine::Fragment;
   use Template::Refine::Utils qw(simple_replace replace_text);

   my $f = Template::Refine::Fragment->new_from_string('<p>Hello</p>');
   say $f->process(
       simple_replace {
           my $n = shift;
           replace_text $n, 'Goodbye'
       } '//p',
   )->render; # prints <p>Goodbye</p>

EXPORT ^

None by default. You can request simple_replace and replace_text. This module use Sub::Exporter, so you can rename the imports if you like.

API STABILITY ^

I will probably add more utilities here in future releases.

FUNCTIONS ^

replace_text( $node, $text )

This makes a copy of $node and replaces the copied node's children with a text node containing $text.

As an example, if you pass in a node that looks like <p>Hello, <b>world</b>.</p> and the text Foo, the result will be <p>Foo</p>.

simple_replace BLOCK $xpath

Generates a Template::Refine::Processor::Rule that selects nodes matching the xpath and transforms them with the provided BLOCK.

This will save you a lot of typing.

SEE ALSO ^

Template::Refine::Fragment

XML::LibXML

XML::LibXML::Node

XML::LibXML::Element

XML::LibXML::Text

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