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       Template::Plugin::Textile2 - Use Textile formatting with Template Toolkit


         [% USE Textile2 -%]
         [% FILTER textile2 %]This *bold* and this is _italic_.[% END %]

         <p>this is <strong>bold</strong> and this is <em>italic</em>.

         [% USE Textile2 ( disable_html => 1 ) -%]
         [% FILTER textile2 %]this is<br /> _italic_.[% END %]

         <p>this is&lt;br /&gt; <em>italic</em>.</p>


       This module wraps Text::Textile into a plugin Template Toolkit.  It provides a filter
       named "textile2".  This aims to be a more feature-full version Template::Plugin::Textile,
       by allowing you to pass parameters to Text::Textile.

       Use this way:

           [% FILTER textile2 %]
           Reasons to use the Template Toolkit:

           * Seperation of concerns.
           * It's written in Perl.
           * Badgers are Still Cool.
           [% END %]


           [% mytext | textile2 %]

       You can pass the same options you would pass to Text::Textile, directly when using the
       template. For instance to disable processing of HTML tags you can do:

           [% USE Textile2 ( disable_html => 1 ) %]

       To avoid your text to be wrapped into "&lt;p&gt...&lt;/p&gt" you can use:

           [% USE Textile2 ( format_mode => 'inline' ) %]

       See Text::Textile for details.


       Michele Beltrame "".


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


       Text::Textile, Template