Thanks, and I understand the security issues here. Its
not really a case of evaling what the user has input as
it is just expanding a variable in a template context.
We will probably use the Text::Template module. The
template file is to be kept inside of a configuration
managed directory with controlled access, so it would be
pretty hard to put something damaging in there, and the
perp would leave tracks in the config management system.
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