dTemplate is a flexible template system. It can generate HTML or newsletters, etc., and is similar to the CGI::FastTemplate system in that it separates the code from the design. You can define only one kind of template variable (placeholder), but you can assign anything you want to it, even an unnamed subroutine, which can parse other templates. You can define a template parse tree this way. Advanced features include printf formatting of template variables (for statistic generation), transparent handling of multiple styles of a template (for multi-language sites or skinned web-pages), and encoders (uri_encoder and html_encoder). You can write template-parsing routines in the same way the templates are structured logically: starting from the biggest and going to the smallest.
released on 29 January 2005
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