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Re: Perl Template Toolkit / DB Caching

by lachoy (Parson)
on Mar 30, 2005 at 12:57 UTC ( #443428=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl Template Toolkit / DB Caching

If you write your own Template::Provider you can have INCLUDE/PROCESS look first to the database to load templates. If cached compiling is on TT will then serialize the compiled template to disk, and should look there first before trying to load a raw template from the database.

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[1nickt]: herveus is so weird. Love his reply in that SQLite thread! Much more effective warning system to have diverse monks debunk on technical merits...
[haukex]: IPC::System:: Simple does all the $? handling for you, and does it well
[erix]: weird problem btw (that SQLite question) - I asked astroboy to let us know if he finds the cause
[hippo]: The syntax is warning enough to me.
[1nickt]: hippo lately I can tell just by the fact that Anonymous posts a reply after some hours that it is more than likely That Monk.

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