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GTML(1) 							 Debian GNU/Linux							   GTML(1)

NAME
gtml - an HTML pre-processor SYNOPSIS
gtml [-D macro] [-F file] [-h|--help] [--version] DESCRIPTION
GTML is an HTML pre-processor which adds some extra features specially designed for maintaining multiple web pages. HTML files generated by GTML are just like any other HTML files. Because GTML does not attempt to interpret your HTML commands in any way, it's fully compatible with all version of HTML, and does not require any specific browser or server. OPTIONS
-Dmacro[=definition] Define constant <macro> eventually to be <definition>. -Ffile Do not process all files in the next project, but <file>. -h, --help Show this help. --version Get the gtml current version. NOTES
This man page is not part of the gtml source package. It was created for the Debian GNU/Linux Project. AUTHOR
Raphael Bossek <bossekr@debian.org> gtml 3.5.4 2011-03-02 GTML(1)

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HTML::Template::Compiled::Classic(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation		    HTML::Template::Compiled::Classic(3pm)

NAME
HTML::Template::Compiled::Classic - Provide the classic functionality like HTML::Template SYNOPSIS
use HTML::Template::Compiled::Classic compatible => 1; my $htcc = HTML::Template::Compiled::Classic->new( # usual parameters for HTML::Template::Compiled ); DESCRIPTION
This class provides features which can not be used together with features from HTML::Template::Compiled. These are: dots in TMPL_VARs If you want to use <TMPL_VAR NAME="some.var.with.dots"> you cannot use the dot-feature <TMPL_VAR NAME="some.hash.keys"> at the same time. Subref variables In HTML::Template, the following works: my $ht = HTML::Template->new( scalarref => "<TMPL_VAR foo>", ); $ht->param(foo => sub { return "bar" }); print $ht->output; # prints 'bar' This doesn't work in HTML::Template::Compiled (in the past it did, but as of HTC version 0.70 it won't any more, sorry). METHODS
compiler_class returns HTML::Template::Compiled::Compiler::Classic validate_var gets the var name (parsed out of "NAME="foo.bar"" and returns if the string is a valid var name perl v5.14.2 2012-05-26 HTML::Template::Compiled::Classic(3pm)
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