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NAME ^

Email::MIME::Kit::Renderer::TestRenderer - extremely simple renderer for testing purposes only

VERSION ^

version 2.102014

DESCRIPTION ^

The test renderer is like a version of Template Toolkit 2 that has had a crayon shoved up its nose and into its brain. It can only do a very few things, but it does them well enough to test simple kits.

Given the following template:

  This will say "I love pie": [% actor %] [% m_obj.verb() %] [% z_by("me") %]

...and the following set of variables:

  {
    actor => 'I',
    m_obj => $object_whose_verb_method_returns_love,
    z_by  => sub { 'me' },
  }

..then it will be a true statement.

In method calls, the parens are not optional. Anything between them (or between the parens in a coderef call) is evaluated like perl code. For example, this will actually get the OS:

  [% z_by($^O) %]

WARNING ^

Seriously, this is horrible code. If you want, look at it. It's swell for testing simple things, but if you use this for real mkits, you're going to be upset by something horrible soon.

AUTHOR ^

Ricardo Signes <rjbs@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2014 by Ricardo Signes.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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