Embperl lets you embed Perl code in HTML or XML/XSLT documents so you can build a Web site out of small reusable objects in an OO-style. It can also build taglibs and use caching. Embperl has several features especially useful for creating HTML, including dynamic tables, formfield-processing, escaping/unescaping, session handling, and more. As a server-side tool, it is browser-independent. It can run under mod_perl, as a CGI script, or offline. You can also use the output of the hundreds of Perl modules which have already been written in your Web pages.
DocumentationUser tutorials available in HTML format from http://perl.apache.org/embperl/pod/intro/; User install guide available in HTML format from http://perl.apache.org/embperl/pod/INSTALL.htm; User guide available in HTML format from http://perl.apache.org/embperl/pod/doc/Embperl.htm
released on 22 January 2003
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|Perl||Janet Casey||6 December 2001|
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|Required to use||Perl 5.004_04 or later|
|Source requirement||mod_perl 1.07_01 or later|
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