Provided by: libtemplate-alloy-perl_1.020-1_all bug


       Template::Alloy::Tmpl - Text::Tmpl role


       The Template::Alloy::Tmpl role provides the syntax and the interface for Text::Tmpl.  It
       also brings many of the features from the various templating systems.

       See the Template::Alloy documentation for configuration and other parameters.


           Called by parse_tree when syntax is set to tmpl.  Parses for tags Text::Tmpl style.

           Sets the START_TAG and END_TAG to use for parsing.

               $obj->set_delimiters('#[', ']#');

           Can be used for checking the error when compile fails (or you can use ->error).  May
           be called as function or method (Text::Tmpl only allows as function).

           Determines if trailing whitespace on same line is removed.  Default is false.

           Sets the path to look for included templates in.

           Sets a single value that will be used during processing of the template.

               $obj->set_value(key => $value);

           Sets multiple values for use during processing.


           Processes the passed string.

               my $out = $obj->process_string("#[echo $foo]#");

           Processes the passed filename.

               my $out = $obj->process_file("my/file.tmpl");

           Same as the Text::Tmpl method - used for adding iterations to a loop.

               my $ref = $obj->loop_iteration('loop1'); # creates iteration 0

           Gets a previously created loop iteration.

               my $ref = $obj->fetch_loop_iteration('loop1', 0);


       register_simple, register_pair, alias_simple, alias_pair, remove_simple, remove_pair,
       set_debug, errno


       Paul Seamons <>


       This module may be distributed under the same terms as Perl itself.