Princepawn has come up with his own framework, Seamstress,
though I'm not sure how serious he is about it
Thank you for your balanced assessment of templating systems. My first
question would be: have you looked at the docs and philosophy
? Would you agree that Seamstress
is a rather unique beast in the jungle HTML templating systems?
The only thing similar to it is XML::LibXML
, which is
based on XHTML and hence requires better structured documents. It
also is not based on HTML::Tree
which means that you
cannot get the magnificent table-building abilities of
Now on to your question about my seriousness.
I think the most popular validation module is
and I am happy with its
performance. You might take a look at that.
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