The HTML::Template::Expr module provides an extension to HTML::Template which allows expressions in the template syntax. This is purely an addition--all the normal HTML::Template options, syntax, and behaviors will still work. Expression support includes comparisons, math operations, string operations, and a mechanism allowing you to add your own functions at runtime.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content CGI Tools/Libraries Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release adds support for combining ESCAPE and EXPR attributes. A bug affecting functions that return 0 or more than one value was fixed.
Release Notes: This release features a new grammar for expressions which adds support for chained booleans (eg., "foo || bar || baz").
Release Notes: This release fixes a compatibility problem with the recently release HTML::Template 2.8.
Release Notes: Fixes to the parser to recognize negative numbers and allow for HTML-comment style tags, and documentation fixes.
Release Notes: A fix for broken cache mode, and a new register_function() class method.