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thanks tobyink for another good piece of software,

but you can kidly expand a bit which kind of feaures you put in your yet another template system?

Recently a meditation about templates took place and speed was stressed. I read that being at the end perl's coderef your templates must be fast: you tried some bench with big templates too?

You say module that allows you to embed Perl in your templates but is not the tendence to extrapolate templates from source code?

I ask such things while having still no practical experience in differences between templates usage within perl, so i'm interested in what you put more stress developping this module (having tried similar thing me too in the past, for a mailer system)

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In reply to Re: Because CPAN Needs More Templating Modules by Discipulus
in thread Because CPAN Needs More Templating Modules by tobyink

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