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-=head1 DESCRIPTION
-
-Dancer2 is the new generation of L<Dancer>, the lightweight web-framework for
-Perl. Dancer2 is a complete rewrite based on L<Moo>.
-
-Dancer2 can optionally use XS modules for speed, but at its core remains
-fatpackable (packable by L<App::FatPacker>) so you could easily deploy Dancer2
-applications on hosts that do not support custom CPAN modules.
-
-Dancer2 is easy and fun:
-
- use Dancer2;
- get '/' => sub { "Hello World" };
- dance;
-
-This is the main module for the Dancer2 distribution. It contains logic for
-creating a new Dancer2 application.
-
-You are welcome to joining our mailing list at dancer-users@perldancer.org,
-and we're also on IRC: #dancer on irc.perl.org.
-
-=head2 Documentation Index
-
-Documentation on Dancer2 is split into several manpages. Below is a
-complete outline on where to go for help.
-
-=over 4
-
-=item * Dancer2 Tutorial
-
-If you are new to the Dancer approach, you should start by reading
-our L<Dancer2::Tutorial>.
-
-=item * Dancer2 Manual
-
-L<Dancer2::Manual> is the reference for Dancer2. Here you will find
-information on the concepts of Dancer2 application development and
-a comprehensive reference to the Dancer2 domain specific
-language.
-
-=item * Dancer2 Cookbook
-
-There are some situations that are common to a lot of users. For
-example, application deployment. in L<Dancer2::Cookbook> you will find
-recipes for common tasks, like defining routes, storing data as
-sessions or cookies, using templates, configuring and logging, writing
-REST services, and deploying your Dancer2 application using different
-technologies.
-
-=item * Dancer2 Config
-
-For configuration file details refer to L<Dancer2::Config>. It is a
-complete list of all configuration options.
-
-=item * Dancer2 Plugins
-
-Refer to L<Dancer2::Plugins> for a partial list of available Dancer2
-plugins. Note that although we try to keep this list up to date we
-expect plugin authors to tell us about new modules.
-
-=back
-
-=func my $runner=runner();
-
-Returns the current runner. It is of type L<Dancer2::Core::Runner>.
-
-=cut
-
-=method import;
-
-If it doesn't exist already, C<import> creates a new runner, imports strict
-and warnings, loads additional libraries, creates a new Dancer2 app (of type
-L<Dancer2::Core::App>) and exports the DSL symbols to the caller.
-
-If any additional argument processing is needed, it will be done at this point.
-
-Import gets called when you use Dancer2. You can specify import options giving
-you control over the keywords that will be imported into your webapp and other
-things:
-
- use Dancer2 ( foo => 'bar' ); # sets option foo to bar
- use Dancer2 '!quux'; # Don't import DSL keyword quux
-
-=head3 Import Options
-
-=over 4
-
-=item C<:script>
-
-Not implemented yet, do not use.
-
-=back
-
-=cut
-
=head1 AUTHORS
=head2 CORE DEVELOPERS
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