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Re: Thoughts on pod.

by zengargoyle (Deacon)
on Feb 26, 2002 at 06:46 UTC ( #147494=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Thoughts on pod.

Ooops... back button got me...

Check out Simple Document Format. It's Perl/POD friendly.

4.3. Embedded Perl Scripting As systems built by embedding scripts within HTML are typically easier to customise than systems build by generating HTML from scripts, embedded scripting is now a well established web-publishing solution. Likewise, Perl embedded in SDF can be a powerful combination providing this same flexibility with some additional benefits: SDF is arguably easier to read than HTML the information can be published in several formats. To embed a block of Perl code, the script filter is used. For example: !block script for $i ('a' .. 'z') { print "$i"; } !endblock To embed an expression within paragraph text, the [[..]] syntax is used. For example: Hello [["wor" . "ld"]] Note: If the expression is a single word, it is assumed to be a variable name, otherwise the expression is treated as a Perl expression. For single line scripts, the script macro can be used. For example: !script $next_version = $var{'VERSION'} + 1

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