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TPAGE(1)						User Contributed Perl Documentation						  TPAGE(1)

NAME
Template::Tools::tpage - Process templates from command line USAGE
tpage [ --define var=value ] file(s) DESCRIPTION
The tpage script is a simple wrapper around the Template Toolkit processor. Files specified by name on the command line are processed in turn by the template processor and the resulting output is sent to STDOUT and can be redirected accordingly. e.g. tpage myfile > myfile.out tpage header myfile footer > myfile.html If no file names are specified on the command line then tpage will read STDIN for input. The "--define" option can be used to set the values of template variables. e.g. tpage --define author="Andy Wardley" skeleton.pm > MyModule.pm See Template for general information about the Perl Template Toolkit and the template language and features. AUTHOR
Andy Wardley <abw@wardley.org> <http://wardley.org/> VERSION
2.68, distributed as part of the Template Toolkit version 2.19, released on 27 April 2007. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 1996-2007 Andy Wardley. All Rights Reserved. This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
ttree perl v5.16.3 2012-01-13 TPAGE(1)

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Template::Stash::XS(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				    Template::Stash::XS(3)

NAME
Template::Stash::XS - High-speed variable stash written in C SYNOPSIS
use Template; use Template::Stash::XS; my $stash = Template::Stash::XS->new(\%vars); my $tt2 = Template->new({ STASH => $stash }); DESCRIPTION
The Template:Stash::XS module is an implementation of the Template::Stash written in C. The "XS" in the name refers to Perl's XS extension system for interfacing Perl to C code. It works just like the regular Perl implementation of Template::Stash but runs about twice as fast. The easiest way to use the XS stash is to configure the Template Toolkit to use it by default. You can do this at installation time (when you run "perl Makefile.PL") by answering 'y' to the questions: Do you want to build the XS Stash module? y Do you want to use the XS Stash by default? y See the INSTALL file distributed with the Template Toolkit for further details on installation. If you don't elect to use the XS stash by default then you should use the "STASH" configuration item when you create a new Template object. This should reference an XS stash object that you have created manually. use Template; use Template::Stash::XS; my $stash = Template::Stash::XS->new(\%vars); my $tt2 = Template->new({ STASH => $stash }); Alternately, you can set the $Template::Config::STASH package variable like so: use Template; use Template::Config; $Template::Config::STASH = 'Template::Stash::XS'; my $tt2 = Template->new(); The XS stash will then be automatically used. If you want to use the XS stash by default and don't want to re-install the Template Toolkit, then you can manually modify the "Template/Config.pm" module near line 42 to read: $STASH = 'Template::Stash::XS'; BUGS
Please report bugs to the Template Toolkit mailing list templates@template-toolkit.org AUTHORS
Andy Wardley <abw@wardley.org> <http://wardley.org/> Doug Steinwand <dsteinwand@citysearch.com> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 1996-2012 Andy Wardley. All Rights Reserved. This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
Template::Stash perl v5.16.3 2012-01-13 Template::Stash::XS(3)
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