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Re: Re: HTML::Template vs. Template Toolkit

by TheoPetersen (Priest)
on May 25, 2001 at 17:16 UTC ( #83291=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: HTML::Template vs. Template Toolkit
in thread HTML::Template vs. Template Toolkit

I generally agree, and we use HTML::Template on projects at work in large part because it keeps "web guys" out of programming. But one of those guys has a good knowledge of databases and can turn out a utility script when needed; we're considering the move to Template Toolkit because it would take better advantage of his skills.

For people who ought not to be mucking about with programming, well, just keep them out of the more complex templates. There's nothing in TT2 that stops you from compartmentalizing things to the appropriate skill level.

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[choroba]: I have no idea :-( I used to post to, but they don't seem to feature "private" pictures in the free version now
[Discipulus]: dazz i'm not an experts but i think it would be possible
[Corion]: dazz: I think Image::Magick can "read" from an in-memory filehandle
[Corion]: choroba: No, some general admin discussion of how to handle (company) user accounts
[Discipulus]: might be it is necessary to pass the pic data like MIME::Base64:: encode( data..
[Discipulus]: if you have a jpeg data: or as wise Corion said IM ca n read directly your handle

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