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Re^3: Push style templating systems

by perrin (Chancellor)
on Mar 14, 2008 at 23:34 UTC ( #674314=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Push style templating systems
in thread Push style templating systems

As others have pointed out though, there's no reason that other tools can't be used that way. I've certainly written TT2 and HTML::Template code that worked on fragments and assembled the results with perl code.

I don't want to slam Template::Recall and friends. I think minimalist templating (viva sprintf!) has its place and TT2 is overkill for many small jobs. I just want more descriptive terminology.

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Re^4: Push style templating systems
by chromatic (Archbishop) on Mar 15, 2008 at 02:19 UTC

    Of course. What I like about Template::Recall is that it enforces its style. It's most natural to use it in a clean way. Not everyone likes that approach, and that's fine. I'm a big fan of interfaces that are difficult to abuse (and I've seen my share of code-in-the-template abuses, as well as mini-language-turned-maxi abuses).

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