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Re: default_escape for Template::Toolkit?

by Rhandom (Curate)
on Oct 28, 2013 at 15:20 UTC ( #1060000=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to default_escape for Template::Toolkit?

At this point, this node is rather historic (look at this post date vs that of the other posts in this node), but I think as this node is a good historic point of question, that it is worth referencing a recent node that answers the questions. How to test all TT2 tags are escaped.
my @a=qw(random brilliant braindead); print $a[rand(@a)];
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[erix]: Ah, they're reverse-engineerin g postgresql - good idea
[erix]: (believe me, the postgres docs are a whole lot more readable than the SQL-standard documents (also a lot cheaper...)
[Corion]: erix: Yes - I see no shame in adopting whatever works elsewhere ;) Especially if it has proven solid already, like Pg has :)
[Corion]: Maybe I shouldn't dig into extracting the Pg query engine from its source code then and just wait until SQLite gives me the same features :-)) But I'd really like a Pg-compatible query parser for Perl too ;)))
[erix]: I don't know but I think extracting that from Pg is probably not so easy (or it would be done more often, no?)

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