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Re: Default filter in TT

by mithaldu (Monk)
on Jan 01, 2011 at 21:20 UTC ( #880035=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Default filter in TT

Edit: Please do not use this and look at Template::AutoFilter for a much better solution instead!
(You can study this though if you want to see some pretty terrible monkey-patching.)



After some poking by tinita on the subject and looking at the horror that is Template::HTML i decided to implement a much more brutal, but more effective and way more straight-forward method of applying a user-defined filter to any unfiltered token, while still allowing exclusion of specific tokens.

As i implemented it just now, you won't find it on CPAN (yet). You can get the code here:

AutoFilter.pm

Please let me know if it breaks in some way for you and i'll attempt to get it fixed.


Comment on Re: Default filter in TT
Re^2: Default filter in TT
by morgon (Deacon) on Jan 02, 2011 at 21:33 UTC
    Many thanks for this, I will test it next week.

    For future feature requests I will try to poke you directly rather than going through tinita :-)

      I hope you meant you are going to use Template-AutoFilter. Also, if you hop on irc.perl.org you can poke me under Mithaldu/xsheep/sheepx most times for fastest fixing. ;)

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