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I've written a module called HTML::Inject which is designed for injection of small snippets of HTML into a template HTML file. For example

use strict; use warnings; use HTML::Inject; use HTML::HTML5::Writer; my @pages = ( [ 'greeting.en.html', 'Hello' ], [ '', 'Bonjour' ], [ '', 'Ola' ], [ '', 'Guten Tag' ], ); my $template = HTML::Inject->new(target => <<'TEMPLATE'); <html> <div id="content"> <h1 id="heading"></h1> <div id="footer">Copyright &copy; 2013 Toby Inkster</div> </div> </html> TEMPLATE my $output = HTML::HTML5::Writer->new(polyglot => 1); for my $page (@pages) { my ($filename, $title) = @$page; my $filled_in = $template -> inject_and_new("<title>$title</title>\n") -> inject ("<h1 id='heading'>$title</h1>\n"); open my $fh, '>', $filename; print $fh $output->document($filled_in); }
package Cow { use Moo; has name => (is => 'lazy', default => sub { 'Mooington' }) } say Cow->new->name

In reply to Re: Best Perl Module for creating multiple web pages with different information in them? by tobyink
in thread Best Perl Module for creating multiple web pages with different information in them? by fraizerangus

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