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NAME

       Any::Template::ProcessDir -- Process a directory of templates

VERSION

       version 0.08

SYNOPSIS

           use Any::Template::ProcessDir;

           # Process templates and generate result files in a single directory
           #
           my $pd = Any::Template::ProcessDir->new(
               dir => '/path/to/dir',
               process_text => sub {
                   my $template = Any::Template->new( Backend => '...', String => $_[0] );
                   $template->process({ ... });
               }
           );
           $pd->process_dir();

           # Process templates and generate result files to a separate directory
           #
           my $pd = Any::Template::ProcessDir->new(
               source_dir => '/path/to/source/dir',
               dest_dir   => '/path/to/dest/dir',
               process_file => sub {
                   my $file = $_[0];
                   # do something with $file, return content
               }
           );
           $pd->process_dir();

DESCRIPTION

       Recursively processes a directory of templates, generating a set of result files in the
       same directory or in a parallel directory. Each file in the source directory may be
       template-processed, copied, or ignored depending on its pathname.

CONSTRUCTOR

   Specifying directory/directories
       ·   If you want to generate the result files in the same directory as the templates, just
           specify dir.

               my $pd = Any::Template::ProcessDir->new(
                   dir => '/path/to/dir',
                   ...
               );

       ·   If you want to generate the result files in a separate directory from the templates,
           specify source_dir and dest_dir.

               my $pd = Any::Template::ProcessDir->new(
                   source_dir => '/path/to/source/dir',
                   dest_dir => '/path/to/dest/dir',
                   ...
               );

   Specifying how to process templates
       process_file
           A code reference that takes the full template filename and the
           "Any::Template::ProcessDir" object as arguments, and returns the result string. This
           can use Any::Template or another method altogether. By default it calls "process_text"
           on the contents of the file.

       process_text
           A code reference that takes the template text and the "Any::Template::ProcessDir"
           object as arguments, and returns the result string. This can use Any::Template or
           another method altogether.

   Optional parameters
       dir_create_mode
           Permissions mode to use when creating destination directories. Defaults to 0775. No
           effect if you are using a single directory.

       file_create_mode
           Permissions mode to use when creating destination files. Defaults to 0444 (read-only),
           so that destination files are not accidentally edited.

       ignore_files
           Coderef which takes a full pathname and returns true if the file should be ignored. By
           default, all files will be considered.

       readme_filename
           Name of a README file to generate in the destination directory - defaults to "README".
           No file will be generated if you pass undef or if you are using a single directory.

       template_file_suffix
           Suffix of template files in source directory. Defaults to ".src". This will be removed
           from the destination file name.

           Any file in the source directory that does not have this suffix (or
           "ignore_file_suffix") will simply be copied to the destination.

METHODS

       process_dir
           Process the directory. If using multiple directories, the destination directory will
           be removed completely and recreated, to eliminate any old files from previous
           processing.

SEE ALSO

       Any::Template

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Jonathan Swartz.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.