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From rich...@locus.apache.org
Subject cvs commit: modperl-site/embperl Changes.pod.1.html
Date Sun, 16 Jul 2000 17:46:26 GMT
richter     00/07/16 10:46:26

  Modified:    embperl  Changes.pod.1.html
  Log:
  Embperl Webpages - Changes
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.160     +16 -3     modperl-site/embperl/Changes.pod.1.html
  
  Index: Changes.pod.1.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/modperl-site/embperl/Changes.pod.1.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.159
  retrieving revision 1.160
  diff -u -r1.159 -r1.160
  --- Changes.pod.1.html	2000/07/08 17:10:02	1.159
  +++ Changes.pod.1.html	2000/07/16 17:46:26	1.160
  @@ -18,7 +18,7 @@
     <blockquote>
   [<a href="index.html">HOME</a>]&nbsp;&nbsp; [<a href="Changes.pod.cont.html">CONTENT</a>]&nbsp;&nbsp;
[<a href="Changes.pod.cont.html">PREV (Revision History - Content)</a>]&nbsp;&nbsp;
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   <P>
  -Last Update: Sat Jul 8 19:10:29 2000 (MET)
  +Last Update: Sun Jul 16 19:46:50 2000 (MET)
   
   <P>
   NOTE: This version is only available via <A HREF="CVS.pod.1.html#INTRO">"CVS"</A>
  @@ -48,10 +48,23 @@
        work when searching the correct file.
      - If import parameter is given to Execute, Perl code is compiled, but
        only [!  !] blocks are executed (to allow sub definitions on import)
  -   - New debug flag dbgObjectSearch can be set to see which files
  -     EmbperlObject picksup and how it searches them.
      - Space is converted to %20 instead of +, because that is more generic.
        Suggested by Michael Blakely.
  +   - EmbperlObject now automaticly defines all subs that are declared
  +     inside the base template and inside the requested page, so it isn't
  +     neccessary anymore to call Execute with import =&gt; 0 for them.
  +   - Every Embperl Page now get passed a request object (which can be obtained
  +     from $_[0]). The request object is a hash reference which is blessed
  +     into the package HTML::Embperl::Req. Embperl itself don't uses the hash, so
  +     you are free to populate it and pass data between different pages of one request.
  +   - EmbperlObject now setup the inherence so that 
  +       request page -ISA-&gt;
  +       base template -ISA-&gt; 
  +       EMBPERL_OBJECT_HANDLER_CLASS (if defined) -ISA-&gt;
  +       HTML::Embperl::Req
  +     and the Embperl request object is blessed into the packages of the
  +     requested page, so you can do methods calls to subs that are defined
  +     inside the requested page.
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