davorg's article which I found on his
website and which seems to have vaporized from
It is still on perl.com, it's just a little tricky to find. It's here.
Another advantage of TT2 that you seem to have missed, is
that TT2 isn't tied to web applications. It can be
just as easily used in any kind of data processing system.
I know people, for example, who use it to generate DNS zone
files. How easy is that with HTML::Template?
"Perl makes the fun jobs fun
and the boring jobs bearable" - me
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