CatalystX::CRUD::YUI::View - base View class
# see catalyst::View::TT
CatalystX::CRUD::YUI::View is a subclass of Catalyst::View::TT that extends the base class in a few minor ways. See METHODS for details.
Configuration is the same as with Catalyst::View::TT. Read those docs.
The default config here is:
__PACKAGE__->config( TEMPLATE_EXTENSION => '.tt', PRE_PROCESS => 'crud/tt_config.tt', WRAPPER => 'crud/wrapper.tt', );
Only new or overridden method are documented here.
Overrides base new() method. Sets INCLUDE_PATH to the base CatalystX::CRUD::YUI::TT .tt files plus your local app root. This means you can override the default template behaviour by putting a .tt file with the same name in your
root template dir.
For example, to customize your
wrapper.tt file, just copy the default one from the
CatalystX/CRUD/YUI/TT/crud/wrapper.tt in @INC and put it in
root/crud/wrapper.tt. Likewise, you can set up a global config file by creating a
root/crud/tt_config.tt file and putting your MACROs and other TT stuff in there.
Overrides base method to add some other default variables.
yuivariable is a CatalystX::CRUD::YUI object.
pagevariable is a hashref with members js and css. It is used by crud/page_head_maker.tt to ease the addition of per-request .js and .css files. Stuff the base file name into the array in each .tt file to get those files included in the page header.
[% page.css.push('foo') %] # html <head> section will contain: # <link type="stylesheet" href="[% static_url %]/css/foo.css" />
static_urlvariable defaults to $c->uri_for('/static'). You can override that in $c->config() by setting a 'static_url' value to whatever base URL you wish. Ideal for serving your static content from different URL than your dynamic content.
Overrides base method to test if
template is set in stash, and if it is, tests that it exists before calling next::method(). If it does not exist, will change the
template value in stash to be
crud/file.tt> in order to call the default crud template.
This path mangling allows you to avoid creating .tt files for all your actions unless you want to override the default template's behaviour.
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
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The Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
http://www.msi.umn.edu/ sponsored the development of this software.
Copyright 2008 by the Regents of the University of Minnesota.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.