Provided by: libtemplate-timer-perl_1.00-2_all bug


       Template::Timer - Rudimentary profiling for Template Toolkit


       Version 1.00


       Template::Timer provides inline timings of the template processing througout your code.
       It's an overridden version of Template::Context that wraps the "process()" and "include()"

       Using Template::Timer is simple.

           use Template::Timer;

           my %config = ( # Whatever your config is
               INCLUDE_PATH    => '/my/template/path',
               COMPILE_EXT     => '.ttc',
               COMPILE_DIR     => '/tmp/tt',

           if ( $development_mode ) {
               $config{ CONTEXT } = Template::Timer->new( %config );

           my $template = Template->new( \%config );

       Now when you process templates, HTML comments will get embedded in your output, which you
       can easily grep for.  The nesting level is also shown.

           <!-- TIMER START: L1 process mainmenu/mainmenu.ttml -->
           <!-- TIMER START: L2 include mainmenu/ -->
           <!-- TIMER START: L3 process mainmenu/ -->
           <!-- TIMER END:   L3 process mainmenu/ (17.279 ms) -->
           <!-- TIMER END:   L2 include mainmenu/ (17.401 ms) -->


           <!-- TIMER END:   L3 process mainmenu/ (3.016 ms) -->
           <!-- TIMER END:   L2 include mainmenu/ (3.104 ms) -->
           <!-- TIMER END:   L1 process mainmenu/mainmenu.ttml (400.409 ms) -->

       Note that since INCLUDE is a wrapper around PROCESS, calls to INCLUDEs will be doubled up,
       and slightly longer than the PROCESS call.


       Andy Lester, "<andy at>"


       Please report any bugs or feature requests to "bug-template-timer at", or
       through the web interface at <>.  I will be notified, and then you'll
       automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.


       Thanks to Randal Schwartz, Bill Moseley, and to Gavin Estey for the original code.


       This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       either the GNU Public License v3, or the Artistic License 2.0.