Projects / Text::iPerl


The iPerl interpreter is a transforming filter that works much like the C preprocessor or the m4 macro processor, only that the language embedded into a document is full powered Perl. iPerl documents consist of any kind of text to be output, and bits of specially-marked Perl that control the document with conditionals or loops spanning text, subdocument-includes, and macro definitions. This is comparable to but far more powerful than the C preprocessor or the m4 macro processor. It can also be seen as a template-mechanism.


Recent releases

  •  24 Jul 2000 06:35

    Release Notes: It finally works with mod_perl and can in turn cache the documents it treats. A comfortable debugger was added, which gives quite a bit of information about what iPerl is up to.

    •  27 May 2000 01:37

      Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.


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