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Re^2: Accessing the stash within a TT file

by perrin (Chancellor)
on Jun 30, 2009 at 15:58 UTC ( #776078=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

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"Stash" is actually a TT convention that Catalyst copied.
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Re^3: Accessing the stash within a TT file
by Anonymous Monk on Jul 01, 2009 at 01:00 UTC
    Stash is actually a perl convention that TT copied :)
      Well, true, but using it as the name of the data to be passed to a templating engine seems like a convention that TT established, and that's the what Catalyst uses it for.

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[marto]: so I have to work Saturday, which is good and bad. Bad in the sense that I have to be hear early :( Good in that I am here only as support for another client project, so I get to spend the day working on my personal 'ToDo' list, without the kids :P
[Corion]: marto: Ooof - but yes, being there as only second level support or third level support is good and if you have enough things that you can work on, it won't be a wasted (if paid) day
[marto]: I've opted for a day off later on, rather than pay. I only have to do about 45 mins work for the client, but do need to hang around
[Corion]: marto: Even better ;)
[marto]: and I'm off next week1
[Corion]: Whee! ;)
[Corion]: I was away last week already, so I know how good a week off is ;))

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