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moved vmethods into separate manpage

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24 Changes
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
#========================================================================
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
-# Version 2.07c - July 9th 2002 ## DEVELOPER RELEASE ##
+# Version 2.07c - July 19th 2002 ## DEVELOPER RELEASE ##
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Fixed a bug in Date plugin introduced in last version which caused
@@ -38,9 +38,25 @@
the namespace prefix intact on the ident list which then gets
passed to the handler's ident() method. Modified the ident()
method of Template::Namespace::Constants to expect and remove it.
-
-* Added the 'unique' list virtual method to cull multiple identical
- items from a list (darren)
+ Constant folding now *doesn't* happen for constants that return
+ a reference or undefined value. These get compiled as regular
+ runtime variable lookups.
+
+* Added new list virtual methods: 'unique' to cull multiple identical
+ items, 'merge' to merge lists together, 'splice' which acts
+ just like Perl's splice, and 'slice' which returns a slice of the
+ list. Also modified first and last virtual methods to take an
+ argument indicating the number of items to return from the start or
+ end of the list. Added the 'chunk' scalar virtual method to split a
+ string into chunks of a particular flushed either left or right.
+ (darren, mark, abw)
+
+* Modifed Template::Test to allow -- name testname -- comments to
+ be added to tests to give them names, reported by test harness
+ (darren)
+
+* Merged functionality of process() and include() methods into
+ process() with optional third $localize flag. (darren)
* Modified the OUTPUT option to accept a reference to a list (darren)
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2  HACKING
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
Version 2.07c
- 09 July 2002
+ 19 July 2002
Copyright (C) 1996-2002 Andy Wardley. All Rights Reserved
Copyright (C) 1998-2002 Canon Research Centre Europe Ltd.
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2  INSTALL
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
Version 2.07c
- 09 July 2002
+ 19 July 2002
Copyright (C) 1996-2002 Andy Wardley. All Rights Reserved
Copyright (C) 1998-2002 Canon Research Centre Europe Ltd.
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2  MANIFEST
@@ -39,6 +39,7 @@ docs/src/Manual/Intro.html
docs/src/Manual/Plugins.html
docs/src/Manual/Refs.html
docs/src/Manual/Syntax.html
+docs/src/Manual/VMethods.html
docs/src/Manual/Variables.html
docs/src/Manual/Views.html
docs/src/Manual/index.html
@@ -386,6 +387,7 @@ lib/Template/Manual/Intro.pod
lib/Template/Manual/Plugins.pod
lib/Template/Manual/Refs.pod
lib/Template/Manual/Syntax.pod
+lib/Template/Manual/VMethods.pod
lib/Template/Manual/Variables.pod
lib/Template/Manual/Views.pod
lib/Template/Modules.pod
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2  README
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
Version 2.07c
- 09 July 2002
+ 19 July 2002
Copyright (C) 1996-2002 Andy Wardley. All Rights Reserved
Copyright (C) 1998-2002 Canon Research Centre Europe Ltd.
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2  TODO
@@ -18,8 +18,6 @@
# Miscellaneous
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
-* mylist.sort.uniq
-
* Errors thrown via the Error module are not correctly caught. I looked
at this briefly but the problem wasn't immediately obvious and needs some
more considered investigation. There are also problems with CGI::Carp
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4 bin/tpage
@@ -112,8 +112,8 @@ L<http://www.andywardley.com/|http://www.andywardley.com/>
=head1 VERSION
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.53, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
=head1 COPYRIGHT
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4 bin/ttree
@@ -635,8 +635,8 @@ L<http://www.andywardley.com/|http://www.andywardley.com/>
=head1 VERSION
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.53, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
=head1 COPYRIGHT
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18 docs/lib/docset/config
@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ docset => {
prev => 'Tutorial',
next => 'Modules',
- pagelist => [ 'Intro', 'Syntax', 'Variables', 'Directives', 'Config', 'Filters', 'Plugins', 'Internals', 'Views', 'Refs', 'Credits' ],
+ pagelist => [ 'Intro', 'Syntax', 'Variables', 'VMethods', 'Directives', 'Config', 'Filters', 'Plugins', 'Internals', 'Views', 'Refs', 'Credits' ],
pages => {
Intro => {
@@ -115,6 +115,19 @@ docset => {
about => 'Template variables and code bindings',
prev => 'Syntax',
+ next => 'VMethods',
+ },
+ VMethods => {
+ id => 'VMethods',
+ name => 'VMethods',
+ title => 'VMethods',
+ podname => 'Template::Manual::VMethods',
+ url => 'Manual/VMethods.html',
+ uplink => '..',
+ author => 'abw',
+ about => 'Virtual Methods',
+
+ prev => 'Variables',
next => 'Directives',
},
Directives => {
@@ -127,7 +140,7 @@ docset => {
author => 'abw',
about => 'Template directives',
- prev => 'Variables',
+ prev => 'VMethods',
next => 'Config',
},
Config => {
@@ -1294,6 +1307,7 @@ docset => {
'Template::Manual::Intro' => 'Manual/Intro.html',
'Template::Manual::Syntax' => 'Manual/Syntax.html',
'Template::Manual::Variables' => 'Manual/Variables.html',
+ 'Template::Manual::VMethods' => 'Manual/VMethods.html',
'Template::Manual::Directives' => 'Manual/Directives.html',
'Template::Manual::Config' => 'Manual/Config.html',
'Template::Manual::Filters' => 'Manual/Filters.html',
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4 docs/src/FAQ/FAQ.html
@@ -319,8 +319,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.53, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Library/HTML.html
@@ -292,8 +292,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.53, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Library/PostScript.html
@@ -47,8 +47,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.53, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Library/Splash.html
@@ -892,8 +892,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.53, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -1720,7 +1720,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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2  docs/src/Manual/Credits.html
@@ -156,7 +156,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -1972,7 +1972,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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2  docs/src/Manual/Filters.html
@@ -513,7 +513,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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2  docs/src/Manual/Internals.html
@@ -544,7 +544,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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2  docs/src/Manual/Intro.html
@@ -267,7 +267,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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2  docs/src/Manual/Plugins.html
@@ -567,7 +567,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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2  docs/src/Manual/Refs.html
@@ -143,7 +143,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -285,7 +285,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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548 docs/src/Manual/VMethods.html
@@ -0,0 +1,548 @@
+[%#
+ # IMPORTANT NOTE
+ # This documentation is generated automatically from source
+ # templates. Any changes you make here may be lost.
+ #
+ # The 'docsrc' documentation source bundle is available for download
+ # from http://www.template-toolkit.org/docs.html and contains all
+ # the source templates, XML files, scripts, etc., from which the
+ # documentation for the Template Toolkit is built.
+-%]
+[% META book = 'Manual'
+ page = 'VMethods'
+%]
+[% WRAPPER toc;
+ PROCESS tocitem
+ title ="DESCRIPTION"
+ subs = [
+ "Scalar Virtual Methods",
+ "Hash Virtual Methods",
+ "List Virtual Methods",
+ "Automagic Promotion of Scalar to List for Virtual Methods",
+ "Compound Variables"
+ ];
+ PROCESS tocitem
+ title ="AUTHOR"
+ subs = [];
+ PROCESS tocitem
+ title ="VERSION"
+ subs = [];
+ PROCESS tocitem
+ title ="COPYRIGHT"
+ subs = [];
+ END
+%]
+<!-- Pod to HTML conversion by the Template Toolkit version 2 -->
+[% WRAPPER section
+ title="DESCRIPTION"
+-%]<p>
+The Template Toolkit provides virtual methods for manipulating variable
+values. Most of them are analogous to regular Perl functions of the
+same names. This section describes the different virtual methods that
+can be applied to scalar, list and hash values.
+</p>
+[% WRAPPER subsection
+ title = "Scalar Virtual Methods"
+-%]<ul>
+<li><b>defined</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns true if the value is defined.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] user = get_user(uid) IF uid.defined [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>length</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns the length of the string representation of the item:
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] IF password.length &lt; 8 [% tt_end_tag %]
+ Password too short, dumbass!
+ [% tt_start_tag %] END [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>repeat(n)</b><br>
+<p>
+Repeat the string a specified number of times.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] name = 'foo' [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] name.repeat(3) [% tt_end_tag %] # foofoofoo</pre>
+
+<li><b>replace(search, replace)</b><br>
+<p>
+Outputs the string with all instances of the first argument (specified
+as a Perl regular expression) with the second.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] name = 'foo, bar &amp; baz' [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] name.replace('\W+', '_') [% tt_end_tag %] # foo_bar_baz</pre>
+
+<li><b>match(pattern)</b><br>
+<p>
+Performs a regular expression match on the string using the pattern
+passed as an argument. If the pattern matches the string then the
+method returns a reference to a list of any strings captured within
+parenthesis in the pattern.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] name = 'Larry Wall' [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] matches = name.match('(\w+) (\w+)') [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] matches.1 [% tt_end_tag %], [% tt_start_tag %] matches.0 [% tt_end_tag %] # Wall, Larry</pre>
+<p>
+If the pattern does not match then the method returns false, rather
+than returning an empty list which Perl and the Template Toolkit both
+consider to be a true value. This allows you to write expression like
+this.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] &quot;We're not worthy!&quot; IF name.match('Larry Wall') [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] IF (matches = name.match('(\w+) (\w+)')) [% tt_end_tag %]
+ pattern matches: [% tt_start_tag %] matches.join(', ') [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] ELSE [% tt_end_tag %]
+ pattern does not match
+ [% tt_start_tag %] END [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>search(pattern)</b><br>
+<p>
+Performs a similar function to 'match' but simply returns true if the
+string matches the regular expression pattern passed as an argument.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] name = 'foo bar baz' [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] name.search('bar') ? 'bar' : 'no bar' [% tt_end_tag %] # bar</pre>
+<p>
+This virtual method is now deprecated in favour of 'match'. Move along
+now, there's nothing more to see here.
+</p>
+
+<li><b>split(pattern)</b><br>
+<p>
+Calls Perl's split() function to split a string into a list of
+strings.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] FOREACH dir = mypath.split(':') [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] dir [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] END [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>chunk(size)</b><br>
+<p>
+Splits the value into a list of chunks of a certain size.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] ccard_no = &quot;1234567824683579&quot;;
+ ccard_no.chunk(4).join
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+Output:
+</p>
+<pre> 1234 5678 2468 3579</pre>
+<p>
+If the size is specified as a negative number then the text will
+be chunked from right-to-left. This gives the correct grouping
+for numbers, for example.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] number = 1234567;
+ number.chunk(-3).join(',')
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+Output:
+</p>
+<pre> 1,234,567</pre>
+
+<li><b>list</b><br>
+<p>
+Return the value as a single element list. This can be useful if you
+have a variable which may contain a single item or a list and you want
+to treat them equally. The 'list' method can be called against a list
+reference and will simply return the original reference, effectively
+a no-op.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] thing.list.size [% tt_end_tag %] # thing can be a scalar or a list</pre>
+
+<li><b>hash </b><br>
+<p>
+Return the value as a hash reference containing a single entry with
+the key 'value' indicating the original scalar value. As with the
+'hash' virtual method, this is generally used to help massage data
+into different formats.
+</p>
+
+<li><b>size</b><br>
+<p>
+Always returns 1 for scalar values. This method is provided for
+consistency with the hash and list size methods.
+</p>
+
+</ul>
+[%- END %]
+[% WRAPPER subsection
+ title = "Hash Virtual Methods"
+-%]<ul>
+<li><b>keys, values, each</b><br>
+<p>
+The regular hash operators returning lists of keys, values or both.
+Note how we use a '$' prefix on the 'key' variable in this example to
+have it interpolated (i.e. replaced with its value) before use.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] FOREACH key = product.keys [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] key [% tt_end_tag %] =&gt; [% tt_start_tag %] product.$key [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] END [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>sort, nsort</b><br>
+<p>
+Return a list of the keys, sorted alphabetically (sort) or numerically
+(nsort) according to the corresponding values in the hash.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] FOREACH n = phones.sort [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] phones.$n [% tt_end_tag %] is [% tt_start_tag %] n [% tt_end_tag %],
+ [% tt_start_tag %] END [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>import</b><br>
+<p>
+The import method can be called on a hash array to import the contents
+of another hash array.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] hash1 = {
+ foo =&gt; 'Foo',
+ bar =&gt; 'Bar',
+ }
+ hash2 = {
+ wiz =&gt; 'Wiz',
+ woz =&gt; 'Woz',
+ }
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] hash1.import(hash2) [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] hash1.wiz [% tt_end_tag %] # Wiz</pre>
+<p>
+You can also call the import() method by itself to import a hash array
+into the current namespace hash.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] user = { id =&gt; 'lwall', name =&gt; 'Larry Wall' } [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] import(user) [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] id [% tt_end_tag %]: [% tt_start_tag %] name [% tt_end_tag %] # lwall: Larry Wall</pre>
+
+<li><b>defined, exists</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns a true or false value if an item in the hash denoted by the key
+passed as an argument is defined or exists, respectively.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] hash.defined('somekey') ? 'yes' : 'no' [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] hash.exists('somekey') ? 'yes' : 'no' [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>size</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns the number of key =&gt; value pairs in the hash.
+</p>
+
+<li><b>item</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns an item from the hash using a key passed as an argument.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] hash.item('foo') [% tt_end_tag %] # same as hash.foo</pre>
+
+<li><b>list</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns the contents of the hash in list form. An argument can be
+passed to indicate the desired items required in the list: 'keys' to
+return a list of the keys (same as hash.keys), 'values' to return a
+list of the values (same as hash.values), or 'each' to return as list
+of (key, value) pairs (same as hash.each). When called without an
+argument it returns a list of hash references each containing a 'key'
+and 'value' item representing
+</p>
+
+</ul>
+[%- END %]
+[% WRAPPER subsection
+ title = "List Virtual Methods"
+-%]<ul>
+<li><b>first, last</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns the first/last item in the list. The item is not removed from the
+list.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] results.first [% tt_end_tag %] to [% tt_start_tag %] results.last [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>size, max</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns the size of a list (number of elements) and the maximum
+index number (size - 1), respectively.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] results.size [% tt_end_tag %] search results matched your query</pre>
+
+<li><b>reverse</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns the items of the list in reverse order.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] FOREACH s = scores.reverse [% tt_end_tag %]
+ ...
+ [% tt_start_tag %] END [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>join</b><br>
+<p>
+Joins the items in the list into a single string, using Perl's join
+function.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] items.join(', ') [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>grep</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns a list of the items in the list that match a regular expression
+pattern.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] FOREACH directory.files.grep('\.txt$') [% tt_end_tag %]
+ ...
+ [% tt_start_tag %] END [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>sort, nsort</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns the items in alpha (sort) or numerical (nsort) order.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] library = books.sort [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+An argument can be provided to specify a search key. Where an item in
+the list is a hash reference, the search key will be used to retrieve a
+value from the hash which will then be used as the comparison value.
+Where an item is an object which implements a method of that name, the
+method will be called to return a comparison value.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] library = books.sort('author') [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+In the example, the 'books' list can contains hash references with
+an 'author' key or objects with an 'author' method.
+</p>
+
+<li><b>unshift(item), push(item)</b><br>
+<p>
+Adds an item to the start/end of a list.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] mylist.unshift('prev item') [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] mylist.push('next item') [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>shift, pop</b><br>
+<p>
+Removes the first/last item from the list and returns it.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] first = mylist.shift [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] last = mylist.pop [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>unique</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns a list of the unique elements in a list, in the same order
+as in the list itself.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] mylist = [ 1, 2, 3, 2, 3, 4, 1, 4, 3, 4, 5 ] [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] numbers = mylist.unique [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+While this can be explicitly sorted, it is not required that the list
+be sorted before the unique elements pulled out (unlike the Unix
+command line utility).
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] numbers = mylist.unique.sort [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>merge</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns a list composed of zero or more other lists:
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] list_one = [ 1 2 3 ];
+ list_two = [ 4 5 6 ];
+ list_three = [ 7 8 9 ];
+ list_four = list_one.merge(list_two, list_three);
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+The original lists are not modified.
+</p>
+
+<li><b>slice(from, to)</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns a slice of items in the list between the bounds passed as
+arguments. If the second argument, 'to', isn't specified, then it
+defaults to the last item in the list. The original list is not
+modified.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] first_three = list.slice(0,2) [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] last_three = list.slice(-3, -1) [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>splice(offset, length, list)</b><br>
+<p>
+Behaves just like Perl's splice() function allowing you to selectively
+remove and/or replace elements in a list. It removes 'length' items
+from the list, starting at 'offset' and replaces them with the items
+in 'list'.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] play_game = [ 'play', 'scrabble' ];
+ ping_pong = [ 'ping', 'pong' ];
+ redundant = play_game.splice(1, 1, ping_pong);</pre>
+<pre> redundant.join; # scrabble
+ play_game.join; # play ping pong
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+The method returns a list of the items removed by the splice.
+You can use the CALL directive to ignore the output if you're
+not planning to do anything with it.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] CALL play_game.splice(1, 1, ping_pong) [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+As well as providing a reference to a list of replacement values,
+you can pass in a list of items.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] CALL list.splice(-1, 0, 'foo', 'bar') [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+Be careful about passing just one item in as a replacement value.
+If it is a reference to a list then the contents of the list will
+be used. If it's not a list, then it will be treated as a single
+value. You can use square brackets around a single item if you
+need to be explicit:
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] # push a single item, an_item
+ CALL list.splice(-1, 0, an_item);</pre>
+<pre> # push the items from another_list
+ CALL list.splice(-1, 0, another_list);</pre>
+<pre> # push a reference to another_list
+ CALL list.splice(-1, 0, [ another_list ]);
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+</ul>
+<p>
+The following example demonstrates how an empty list ('folk') can be
+populated with formatted strings by using the push() method in conjunction
+with a FOREACH loop. The resultant list can then be printed using join.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] # define some initial data
+ people =&gt; [
+ { id =&gt; 'tom', name =&gt; 'Tom' },
+ { id =&gt; 'dick', name =&gt; 'Richard' },
+ { id =&gt; 'larry', name =&gt; 'Larry' },
+ ]</pre>
+<pre> # define an empty list that list methods can be called against
+ folk = []
+ -[% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] folk.push(&quot;&lt;a href=\&quot;${person.id}.html\&quot;&gt;$person.name&lt;/a&gt;&quot;)
+ FOREACH person = people.sort('name') -[% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] folk.join(&quot;,\n&quot;) [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+Output:
+</p>
+<pre> &lt;a href=&quot;larry.html&quot;&gt;Larry&lt;/a&gt;,
+ &lt;a href=&quot;dick.html&quot;&gt;Richard&lt;/a&gt;,
+ &lt;a href=&quot;tom.html&quot;&gt;Tom&lt;/a&gt;</pre>
+<p>
+You can define your own virtual methods for scalars, lists and hash
+arrays. The Template::Stash package variables $SCALAR_OPS, $LIST_OPS
+and $HASH_OPS are references to hash arrays that define these virtual
+methods. HASH_OPS and LIST_OPS methods are subroutines that accept a
+hash/list reference as the first item. SCALAR_OPS are subroutines
+that accept a scalar value as the first item. Any other arguments
+specified when the method is called will be passed to the subroutine.
+</p>
+<pre> # load Template::Stash to make method tables visible
+ use Template::Stash;</pre>
+<pre> # define list method to return new list of odd numbers only
+ $Template::Stash::LIST_OPS-&gt;{ odd } = sub {
+ my $list = shift;
+ return [ grep { $_ % 2 } @$list ];
+ };</pre>
+<p>
+template:
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] primes = [ 2, 3, 5, 7, 9 ] [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] primes.odd.join(', ') [% tt_end_tag %] # 3, 5, 7, 9</pre>
+<p>
+See also the examples in the t/vmeth.t test script.
+</p>
+[%- END %]
+[% WRAPPER subsection
+ title = "Automagic Promotion of Scalar to List for Virtual Methods"
+-%]<p>
+In addition to the scalar virtual methods listed in the previous
+section, you can also call any list virtual method against a scalar.
+The item will be automagically promoted to a single element list and
+the appropriate list virtual method will be called.
+</p>
+<p>
+One particular benefit of this comes when calling subroutines or
+object methods that return a list of items, rather than the
+preferred reference to a list of items. In this case, the
+Template Toolkit automatically folds the items returned into
+a list.
+</p>
+<p>
+The upshot is that you can continue to use existing Perl modules or
+code that returns lists of items, without having to refactor it
+just to keep the Template Toolkit happy (by returning references
+to list). Class::DBI module is just one example of a particularly
+useful module which returns values this way.
+</p>
+<p>
+If only a single item is returned from a subroutine then the
+Template Toolkit assumes it meant to return a single item (rather
+than a list of 1 item) and leaves it well alone, returning the
+single value as it is. If you're executing a database query,
+for example, you might get 1 item returned, or perhaps many
+items which are then folded into a list.
+</p>
+<p>
+The FOREACH directive will happily accept either a list or a single
+item which it will treat as a list. So it's safe to write directives
+like this, where we assume that 'something' is bound to a subroutine
+which might return 1 or more items:
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] FOREACH item = something [% tt_end_tag %]
+ ...
+ [% tt_start_tag %] END [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+The automagic promotion of scalars to single item lists means
+that you can also use list virtual methods safely, even if you
+only get one item returned. For example:
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] something.first [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] something.join [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] something.reverse.join(', ') [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+Note that this is very much a last-ditch behaviour. If the single
+item return is an object with a 'first' method, for example, then that
+will be called, as expected, in preference to the list virtual method.
+</p>
+[%- END %]
+[% WRAPPER subsection
+ title = "Compound Variables"
+-%]<p>
+Compound 'dotted' variables may contain any number of separate
+elements. Each element may evaluate to any of the permitted variable
+types and the processor will then correctly use this value to evaluate
+the rest of the variable. Arguments may be passed to any of the
+intermediate elements.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] myorg.people.sort('surname').first.fullname [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+Intermediate variables may be used and will behave entirely as expected.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] sorted = myorg.people.sort('surname') [% tt_end_tag %]
+ [% tt_start_tag %] sorted.first.fullname [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+This simplified dotted notation has the benefit of hiding the
+implementation details of your data. For example, you could implement
+a data structure as a hash array one day and then change it to an
+object the next without requiring any change to the templates.
+</p>
+[%- END %]
+[%- END %]
+[% WRAPPER section
+ title="AUTHOR"
+-%]<p>
+Andy Wardley &lt;abw@andywardley.com&gt;
+</p>
+<p>
+[% ttlink('http://www.andywardley.com/', 'http://www.andywardley.com/') -%]
+</p>
+[%- END %]
+[% WRAPPER section
+ title="VERSION"
+-%]<p>
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
+</p>
+[%- END %]
+[% WRAPPER section
+ title="COPYRIGHT"
+-%]<pre> Copyright (C) 1996-2002 Andy Wardley. All Rights Reserved.
+ Copyright (C) 1998-2002 Canon Research Centre Europe Ltd.</pre>
+<p>
+This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
+modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
+</p>
+[%- END %]
+
+
+
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88 docs/src/Manual/Variables.html
@@ -564,6 +564,30 @@
[% tt_start_tag %] dir [% tt_end_tag %]
[% tt_start_tag %] END [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<li><b>chunk(size)</b><br>
+<p>
+Splits the value into a list of chunks of a certain size.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] ccard_no = &quot;1234567824683579&quot;;
+ ccard_no.chunk(4).join
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+Output:
+</p>
+<pre> 1234 5678 2468 3579</pre>
+<p>
+If the size is specified as a negative number then the text will
+be chunked from right-to-left. This gives the correct grouping
+for numbers, for example.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] number = 1234567;
+ number.chunk(-3).join(',')
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+Output:
+</p>
+<pre> 1,234,567</pre>
+
<li><b>list</b><br>
<p>
Return the value as a single element list. This can be useful if you
@@ -755,6 +779,68 @@
</p>
<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] numbers = mylist.unique.sort [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<li><b>merge</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns a list composed of zero or more other lists:
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] list_one = [ 1 2 3 ];
+ list_two = [ 4 5 6 ];
+ list_three = [ 7 8 9 ];
+ list_four = list_one.merge(list_two, list_three);
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+The original lists are not modified.
+</p>
+
+<li><b>slice(from, to)</b><br>
+<p>
+Returns a slice of items in the list between the bounds passed as
+arguments. If the second argument, 'to', isn't specified, then it
+defaults to the last item in the list. The original list is not
+modified.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] first_three = list.slice(0,2) [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] last_three = list.slice(-3, -1) [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
+<li><b>splice(offset, length, list)</b><br>
+<p>
+Behaves just like Perl's splice() function allowing you to selectively
+remove and/or replace elements in a list. It removes 'length' items
+from the list, starting at 'offset' and replaces them with the items
+in 'list'.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] play_game = [ 'play', 'scrabble' ];
+ ping_pong = [ 'ping', 'pong' ];
+ redundant = play_game.splice(1, 1, ping_pong);</pre>
+<pre> redundant.join; # scrabble
+ play_game.join; # play ping pong
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+The method returns a list of the items removed by the splice.
+You can use the CALL directive to ignore the output if you're
+not planning to do anything with it.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] CALL play_game.splice(1, 1, ping_pong) [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+As well as providing a reference to a list of replacement values,
+you can pass in a list of items.
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] CALL list.splice(-1, 0, 'foo', 'bar') [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+<p>
+Be careful about passing just one item in as a replacement value.
+If it is a reference to a list then the contents of the list will
+be used. If it's not a list, then it will be treated as a single
+value. You can use square brackets around a single item if you
+need to be explicit:
+</p>
+<pre> [% tt_start_tag %] # push a single item, an_item
+ CALL list.splice(-1, 0, an_item);</pre>
+<pre> # push the items from another_list
+ CALL list.splice(-1, 0, another_list);</pre>
+<pre> # push a reference to another_list
+ CALL list.splice(-1, 0, [ another_list ]);
+ [% tt_end_tag %]</pre>
+
</ul>
<p>
The following example demonstrates how an empty list ('folk') can be
@@ -1203,7 +1289,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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2  docs/src/Manual/Views.html
@@ -617,7 +617,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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8 docs/src/Manual/index.html
@@ -43,6 +43,14 @@
[% END %]
[% WRAPPER ndxitem
+ link = '../Manual/VMethods.html'
+ name = 'VMethods'
+ title = 'Virtual Methods'
+-%]
+The Template Toolkit provides virtual methods for manipulating variable values. Most of them are analogous to regular Perl functions of the same names. This section describes the different virtual methods that can be applied to scalar, list and hash values.
+[% END %]
+
+[% WRAPPER ndxitem
link = '../Manual/Directives.html'
name = 'Directives'
title = 'Template directives'
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@@ -768,7 +768,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Base.html
@@ -114,8 +114,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.53, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Config.html
@@ -160,8 +160,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.53, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Constants.html
@@ -103,8 +103,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.51, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.52, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Context.html
@@ -632,8 +632,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.63, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.66, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Document.html
@@ -212,8 +212,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.53, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.54, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Exception.html
@@ -91,8 +91,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.48, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.49, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Filters.html
@@ -703,8 +703,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.56, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.57, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Iterator.html
@@ -241,8 +241,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.50, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.51, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Parser.html
@@ -452,8 +452,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.63, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.64, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
<pre> </pre>
[%- END %]
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin.html
@@ -242,8 +242,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.51, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.52, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/Autoformat.html
@@ -154,8 +154,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.50, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.51, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/CGI.html
@@ -82,8 +82,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.49, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.50, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/DBI.html
@@ -443,8 +443,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.46, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.47, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/Datafile.html
@@ -104,8 +104,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.53, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/Date.html
@@ -155,8 +155,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.53, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.54, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/Directory.html
@@ -246,8 +246,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.49, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.50, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/Dumper.html
@@ -103,8 +103,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.49, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.50, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/File.html
@@ -267,8 +267,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.49, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.50, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/Format.html
@@ -61,8 +61,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.50, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.51, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Constants.html
@@ -80,8 +80,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Graph/area.html
@@ -84,8 +84,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Graph/bars.html
@@ -120,8 +120,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Graph/bars3d.html
@@ -101,8 +101,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Graph/lines.html
@@ -109,8 +109,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Graph/lines3d.html
@@ -101,8 +101,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Graph/linespoints.html
@@ -94,8 +94,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Graph/mixed.html
@@ -109,8 +109,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Graph/pie.html
@@ -82,8 +82,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Graph/pie3d.html
@@ -87,8 +87,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Graph/points.html
@@ -91,8 +91,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Image.html
@@ -128,8 +128,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Polygon.html
@@ -100,8 +100,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Text.html
@@ -81,8 +81,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Text/Align.html
@@ -86,8 +86,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/GD/Text/Wrap.html
@@ -123,8 +123,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.41, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.42, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/HTML.html
@@ -119,8 +119,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.42, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.43, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -63,8 +63,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.48, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.49, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -61,8 +61,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.47, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.48, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/Table.html
@@ -218,8 +218,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.50, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.51, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/URL.html
@@ -130,8 +130,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.50, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.51, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -67,8 +67,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.49, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.50, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Plugin/Wrap.html
@@ -100,8 +100,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.49, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.50, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -419,7 +419,7 @@
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
2.6, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -137,8 +137,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.49, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.50, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -69,8 +69,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.47, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.48, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -119,8 +119,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.53, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -779,8 +779,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.55, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.56, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Provider.html
@@ -441,8 +441,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.58, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.60, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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4 docs/src/Modules/Template/Service.html
@@ -443,8 +443,8 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.58, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.60, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
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[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.63, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.66, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
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[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-1.44, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+1.45, distributed as part of the
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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@@ -141,7 +141,7 @@
[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 19 July 2002.
</p>
[%- END %]
[% WRAPPER section
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[% WRAPPER section
title="VERSION"
-%]<p>
-2.52, distributed as part of the
-Template Toolkit version 2.07c, released on 09 July 2002.
+2.54, distributed as part of the
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</p>
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@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
#========================================================================
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
-# Version 2.07c - July 9th 2002 ## DEVELOPER RELEASE ##
+# Version 2.07c - July 19th 2002 ## DEVELOPER RELEASE ##
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Fixed a bug in Date plugin introduced in last version which caused
@@ -42,9 +42,25 @@
the namespace prefix intact on the ident list which then gets
passed to the handler's ident() method. Modified the ident()
method of Template::Namespace::Constants to expect and remove it.
-
-* Added the 'unique' list virtual method to cull multiple identical
- items from a list (darren)
+ Constant folding now *doesn't* happen for constants that return
+ a reference or undefined value. These get compiled as regular
+ runtime variable lookups.
+
+* Added new list virtual methods: 'unique' to cull multiple identical
+ items, 'merge' to merge lists together, 'splice' which acts
+ just like Perl's splice, and 'slice' which returns a slice of the
+ list. Also modified first and last virtual methods to take an
+ argument indicating the number of items to return from the start or
+ end of the list. Added the 'chunk' scalar virtual method to split a
+ string into chunks of a particular flushed either left or right.
+ (darren, mark, abw)
+
+* Modifed Template::Test to allow -- name testname -- comments to
+ be added to tests to give them names, reported by test harness
+ (darren)
+
+* Merged functionality of process() and include() methods into
+ process() with optional third $localize flag. (darren)
* Modified the OUTPUT option to accept a reference to a list (darren)
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