[%# # IMPORTANT NOTE # This documentation is generated automatically from source # templates. Any changes you make here may be lost. # # The 'docsrc' documentation source bundle is available for download # from http://www.template-toolkit.org/docs.html and contains all # the source templates, XML files, scripts, etc., from which the # documentation for the Template Toolkit is built. -%] [% META book = 'Manual' page = 'Refs' %] [% WRAPPER toc; PROCESS tocitem title ="DESCRIPTION" subs = [ "Resources", "Projects" ]; PROCESS tocitem title ="AUTHOR" subs = []; PROCESS tocitem title ="VERSION" subs = []; PROCESS tocitem title ="COPYRIGHT" subs = []; END %] [% WRAPPER section title="DESCRIPTION" -%]

This section provides references to external modules, projects and other resources related to the Template Toolkit.

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The Template Toolkit web site contains the latest information, news and other resources.

    http://www.template-toolkit.org/

A mailing list exists for up-to-date information on the Template Toolkit and for following and contributing to the development process. To subscribe, send an email to

    templates-request@template-toolkit.org

with the message 'subscribe' in the body. You can also use the web interface to subscribe or browse the archives:

    http://www.template-toolkit.org/mailman/listinfo/templates

The tpage and ttree scripts are distributed and installed along with the Template Toolkit. The tpage script simply processes named files or STDIN if unspecified, using a default Template object. The ttree script can be used to process entire directory trees of templates, allowing large content systems such as web sites to be rebuilt from a single command or configuration file.

    perldoc tpage
    perldoc ttree

The Template::Tutorial document provides an introduction to the Template Toolkit and shows some typical examples of usage.

    perldoc Template::Tutorial

You may also like to consult the paper 'Building and Managing Web Systems with the Template Toolkit' and accompanying slides from the presentation at the 4th Perl Conference. These are available from the Template Toolkit web site:

    http://www.template-toolkit.org/docs.html
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There are a number of other projects related to the Template Toolkit.

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Andy Wardley <abw@andywardley.com>

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Template Toolkit version 2.14, released on 04 October 2004.

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  Copyright (C) 1996-2004 Andy Wardley.  All Rights Reserved.
  Copyright (C) 1998-2002 Canon Research Centre Europe Ltd.

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

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