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Template::Namespace::Constants(User Contributed Perl DocumentatiTemplate::Namespace::Constants(3)

NAME
       Template::Namespace::Constants - Compile time constant folding

SYNOPSIS
	   # easy way to define constants
	   use Template;

	   my $tt = Template->new({
	       CONSTANTS => {
		   pi => 3.14,
		   e  => 2.718,
	       },
	   });

	   # nitty-gritty, hands-dirty way
	   use Template::Namespace::Constants;

	   my $tt = Template->new({
	       NAMESPACE => {
		   constants => Template::Namespace::Constants->new({
		       pi => 3.14,
		       e  => 2.718,
		   },
	       },
	   });

DESCRIPTION
       The "Template::Namespace::Constants" module implements a namespace handler which is
       plugged into the "Template::Directive" compiler module.	This then performs compile time
       constant folding of variables in a particular namespace.

METHODS
   new(\%constants)
       The new() constructor method creates and returns a reference to a new
       Template::Namespace::Constants object.  This creates an internal stash to store the
       constant variable definitions passed as arguments.

	   my $handler = Template::Namespace::Constants->new({
	       pi => 3.14,
	       e  => 2.718,
	   });

   ident(\@ident)
       Method called to resolve a variable identifier into a compiled form.  In this case, the
       method fetches the corresponding constant value from its internal stash and returns it.

AUTHOR
       Andy Wardley <abw@wardley.org> <http://wardley.org/>

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
       Template::Directive

perl v5.16.3				    2011-12-20		Template::Namespace::Constants(3)
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