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A working prototype of the TT3 template language
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This is a working prototype of the TT3 (Template Toolkit V3) template language. It will eventually become the release version of TT3. Everything is still very much under construction so don't expect anything production-ready just yet. However, most of the important functionality is now in place. See docs/pod/Template/TT3/Status.pod for more information on the current status and docs/pod/Template/TT3/TODO.pod for an incomplete list of things still to do. At present all modules are contained under the Template::TT3 namespace. They will eventually become the new Template::* modules and the current TT2 modules will be moved permanently into Template::TT2::*. But that's a while off yet. You'll need to install the latest development version of Badger from github. $ git clone git://github.com/abw/Badger.git $ cd Badger $ perl Makefile.PL $ make $ make test $ sudo make install $ cd .. The clone the Template-TT3 repository, make and install it. $ git clone git://github.com/abw/Template-TT3.git $ cd Template-TT3 $ perl Makefile.PL $ make $ make test # expect some failures The documentation for TT3 is sparse right now. The Template3 module has some basic documentation to get you started. You might like to browse through the annotated slides for the presentation I gave at the 2009 London Perl Workshop. This should give you an idea about some of the new things you can do. http://tt3.template-toolkit.org/talks/tt3-lpw2009/slides/start.html You might also want to take a glance at some of the test scripts to see some examples of what can be done. -- Andy Wardley December 14th 2009