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From Foo JH <>
Subject Re: ANNOUNCE: HTML::Template v2.9
Date Wed, 31 Jan 2007 03:14:15 GMT
Just want to comment that I enjoy using HTML::Template. :)

Sam Tregar wrote:
>    - New Feature: the force_untaint option makes sure you do not
>      pass tainted values to param(). [Sven Neuhaus]
>    - New Feature: Added ESCAPE="none" as a synonym for ESCAPE="0".
>      Fixed both to work with default_escape. []
>    - Bug Fix: DEFAULT didn't work with URL and JS escaping.
>    - Bug Fix: Long-standing bug where variables set in a loop weren't
>      available inside inner loops under global_vars if the variable
>      wasn't actually used in the outer loop.  (Thanks to Richard Fein
>      for help debugging the fix.)
>    - Doc Fix: Changed references to CVS in the docs to Subversion now
>      that the switch is complete.
>    - Test Fix: At long last, the work from the Phalanx project has
>      been merged!  The tests are now more complete and easier to work
>      on.  Thanks Phalanx guys!
>     This module attempts to make using HTML templates simple and
>     natural. It extends standard HTML with a few new HTML-esque tags -
>     and <TMPL_UNLESS>.  The file written with HTML and these new tags
>     is called a template. It is usually saved separate from your
>     script - possibly even created by someone else! Using this module
>     you fill in the values for the variables, loops and branches
>     declared in the template. This allows you to separate design - the
>     HTML - from the data, which you generate in the Perl script.
>     This module is licensed under the same license as Perl. See the
>     LICENSE section of the docs for more details.
>     If you're new to HTML::Template, I suggest you start with the
>     introductory article available on the HTML::Template website:
>     This module is available on SourceForge.  Download it at:
>     The module is also available on CPAN.  You can get it using
> or go to:

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