Module::Starter::Plugin::TT2 - TT2 templates for Module::Starter::Template
use Module::Starter qw( Module::Starter::Simple Module::Starter::Plugin::Template Module::Starter::Plugin::TT2 ... ); Module::Starter->create_distro( ... );
This Module::Starter plugin is intended to be loaded after Module::Starter::Plugin::Template. It implements the
render methods, required by the Template plugin. The methods are implemented with Template Toolkit.
This module's distribution includes a directory,
templates/dir, and a file
templates/inline that contain stock templates for use with the InlineStore and DirStore plugins. The module itself contains default templates in its data section.
This module is meant to be used with the template stores in the SimpleStore distribution (although you could certainly write your own template store). If you only want to use the built-in templates, you could have lines like this in your config file (
author: Lord Poncemby email: email@example.com plugins: Module::Starter::Simple Module::Starter::Plugin::Template Module::Starter::Plugin::ModuleStore Module::Starter::Plugin::TT2 template_module: Module::Starter::Plugin::TT2
(Where the plugins line is one line.) This tells Module::Starter to look for the templates in the data section of Module::Starter::Plugin::TT2, which isn't very interesting, since you'll end up getting the same effect as if you'd just used Module::Starter without plugins.
To override this behavior, you'd instruct Module::Starter to look somewhere else, either by changing the
template_module setting, changing the MODULE_TEMPLATE_MODULE environment variable, or using a different template store altogether (q.v., SimpleStore or other plugins).
As implemented, this method just creates a new Template Toolkit engine and stores it in the Module::Starter object.
This method passes the given template contents and options to the TT2 renderer and returns the resulting document.
Copyright 2004-2006 Ricardo SIGNES, All Rights Reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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