Template::AutoFilter::Parser - parses TT templates and automatically adds filters to tokens
Sub-class of Template::Parser.
See Template::Parser for most of these, documented here are added methods.
Accepts all the standard Template::Parser parameters, plus some extra:
Accepts a single string, which defines the name of a filter to be applied to all directives omitted from the skip list. This parameter defaults to 'html'.
Allows customization of which Template::Manual::Directives should be exempt from having auto filters applied. Expects an array ref of strings. Default value is the output from $self->default_skip_directives.
Modifies token processing by adding the filter specified in AUTO_FILTER to all filter-less interpolation tokens.
Checks the field list of a token to see if it contains directives that should be excluded from filtering.
Provides a reference to a hash containing the default directives to be excluded. Default value is:
CALL SET DEFAULT INCLUDE PROCESS WRAPPER BLOCK IF UNLESS ELSIF ELSE
END SWITCH CASE FOREACH FOR WHILE FILTER USE MACRO TRY CATCH FINAL
THROW NEXT LAST RETURN STOP CLEAR META TAGS DEBUG
Prebuilds a hash of directives to be skipped while applying auto filters.
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To install Template::AutoFilter, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.