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Revision history for CGI-Application-Plugin-AnyTemplate
0.19 xxxx
- Changes of interest to module maintainers only:
- source repo now on github: http://github.com/mgraham/CAP-AnyTemplate
0.18 Oct 18, 2009
- Can now use Clone::PP if Clone is not installed.
Thanks to Bianka Martinovic (RT #37999). Note that there
doesn't appear to be a way to indicate to Module::Build that
the module can use either Clone or Clone::PP - that it
requires one (but not both) of them. So for now, Clone is
still listed as a prerequisite.
- updated Template::Toolkit driver docs to indicate how to use
different encodings. Thanks to Shmuel Fomberg (RT #34791).
- removed spurious call to $template->error on Petal templates.
Thanks to William McKee (RT #20221).
- Component handler now weakens reference to containing_template,
in an attempt to avoid crazy memory usage. Thanks to Dan Horne
(RT #18157).
- Changes of interest to module maintainers only:
- t/prereqs-scenarios is now included in the distribution.
This is how I simulate the absense of specific modules when
running the test suite. For instance, the user may have
HTML::Template::Expr installed, but not HTML::Template::Pluggable.
Or they may have Clone::PP installed, but not Clone.
To test the various prerequisite scenarios, use the included
prove-prereqs.pl script:
./misc/prove-prereqs.pl t/prereq_scenarios -Ilib t/
This runs the test suite several times. Each time it simulates
a different set of unavailable modules.
Adapted from the Perl Hacks book.
- fixed the makedocs script to work with more recent pod2html
- changed noindex to no_index in META.yml
0.17 Nov 07, 2005
- fixed storage of TT objects so that objects with different
named configs don't trample each other (discovered by RA Jones)
0.16 Nov 03, 2005
- fixed fill() so that when it is called without parameters, it
does not set the filename to undef.
- changed skip_libs to prereq_scenarios (and removed the scenarios
from the distribution)
- added new scenario for old CAP::Forward
0.15 Oct 03, 2005
- include fix to work with old version of CAP::Forward that
doesn't always install its hooks properly.
0.14 Sep 25, 2005
- added template_filename_generator
- minor doc fix
0.13 Sep 14, 2005
- fixd bug where clear_params didn't work (Wojciech Pietron)
- fixed typos in docs regarding include_paths and
add_include_paths (Wojciech Pietron)
- minor doc fix
0.12 Sep 13, 2005
- added return_references option, defaulting to true.
- changed load_tmpl to always return a string, rather than a
reference
- added documentation indicating that output returns a reference
by default
0.11 Sep 08, 2005
- fixed a bug fill/process when called with a single non-hashref
argument. The following used to be broken; now they DWIM:
$self->template->fill('filename');
$self->template->fill(\$template);
- fixed a bug in template_post_process that has been there since
the beginning. The callback was being called as:
template_post_process($self, \$output) # wrong!
But it was documented as:
template_post_process($self, $template, \$output) # right!
It's been fixed to match the documentation.
0.10 Aug 17, 2005
- This is a major new release with a lot of new features and
some incompatible API changes.
The new features are:
* new driver (HTMLTemplatePluggable) has support for
HTML::Template::Pluggable and HTML::Template::Plugin::Dot
* AnyTemplate can now optionally provide a load_tmpl method
like the one built into CGI::Application, so that old code
can get the benefit of AnyTemplate.
* added support for the load_tmpl hook
* test suite should be less fragile for users who don't have
all of the templating modules installed
The incompatibilities are:
* associate_query off by default
* associate_query now deprecated
* CAP::Forward now required
* default template names determined from $self->current_runmode, not
from the name of the calling sub
* template_pre_process and template_post_process now need to be
explicitly registered with $self->add_callback()
* tmpl_path is respected
- for more info on these changes see the changelog below for the developer
versions released since 0.08
0.10_06 Aug 17, 2005 [**DEVELOPER RELEASE**] [unreleased]
- added an explit test to see if HTML::Template::Plugin::Dot works
0.10_05 Aug 13, 2005 [**DEVELOPER RELEASE**]
- fixed a bug in the tests for testing module prerequisites
- it is now possible to run the test suite while simulating the
absense of specific templating modules. To run the test suite
multiple times (each with a different selection of absent
modules), run:
$ perl misc/prove_without_modules.pl t/*.t
To customize this process, see the instructions at the top of
misc/prove_without_modules.pl
0.10_04 Aug 13, 2005 [**DEVELOPER RELEASE**]
- new driver HTMLTemplatePluggable has support for
HTML::Template::Pluggable and HTML::Template::Plugin::Dot
(thanks to Mark Stosberg for starting the driver)
0.10_03 July 27, 2005 [**DEVELOPER RELEASE**]
- moved 'forward' to its own module: CGI::Application::Plugin::Forward
- changed instances of 'use base' to use... and @ISA to be kinder to old Perls
- made hook-based tests skip if installed CGI::Application
doesn't support hooks
0.10_02 July 25, 2005 [**DEVELOPER RELEASE**]
- wrapped usage of CGI::Application's callback system in
if ($webapp->can('call_hook')) { ... }
...or equivalent, so CGI::Application 4.x is not required.
0.10_01 July 25, 2005 [**DEVELOPER RELEASE**]
- this version has several API changes that are not backwards compatible:
- template names used to be automatically determined from the name
of the calling subroutine:
sub my_runmode {
my $self = shift;
$self->other_method;
}
sub other_method {
my $self = shift;
$self->template->fill; # loads 'other_method.html'
}
There were two problems with this method:
1. Not every subroutine or method is a run mode
2. Under debuggers, the name of the calling subroutine is
often not available, so code that uses automatic
template names can't be run under a debugger.
So now AnyTemplate has been changed to get the template name
from $self->get_current_runmode:
sub my_runmode {
my $self = shift;
$self->other_method;
}
sub other_method {
my $self = shift;
$self->template->fill; # loads 'my_runmode.html'
}
If you want to pass control to another runmode and you want
$self->get_current_runmode to be updated, then you use the
new 'forward' method:
sub my_runmode {
my $self = shift;
return $self->forward('other_runmode');
}
sub other_runmode {
my $self = shift;
$self->template->fill; # loads 'other_runmode.html'
}
- template_pre_process and template_post_process are no longer
called automatically. Instead you must register them as
hooks.
$self->add_callback('template_pre_process', \&template_pre_process);
$self->add_callback('template_post_process', \&template_post_process);
- associate_query and emulate_associate_query have now been
disabled by default. Having this feature enabled by default
was a potential XSS (Cross Site Scripting) security risk.
The use of this feature is now deprecated. The feature
will be removed in the future
- other changes:
- added option to override load_tmpl. It is enabled by:
use CGI::Application::Plugin::AnyTemplate qw(load_tmpl);
When this feature is enabled, you can do the following:
$self->load_tmpl('somefile.txt',
path => '/path/to/templates',
%other_options
);
And this is translated into:
$self->template->load('somefile.txt',
add_include_path => '/path/to/templates',
HTMLTemplate => \%other_options,
auto_add_template_extension => 0,
);
- added support for the load_tmpl hook, compatible with the
one built into CGI::Application
- $self->tmpl_path is now merged into 'include_path'
- documentation for authors of plugins and re-usable applications
- documentation for why the automatic extension mechanism is there
- re-numbered some test scripts
0.08 July 20, 2005
- fixed bug where keys of configuration hashref were clobbered,
so if you used the same config repeatedly (e.g. under
mod_perl), onlyt the first call would work.
(thanks to R.A. Jones)
0.07 July 10, 2005
- templates can also be created from strings via fill:
return $self->template->fill(\$some_text, \%params);
0.06 July 10, 2005
- allowed templates to be created from strings (works in all
drivers except Petal):
$self->template->load(string => \$some_text);
$self->template->load(\$some_text);
0.05 Jun 15, 2005
- changed embedded components from 'dispatch' to 'embed' to
avoid confusion with CGI::Application::Dispatch
This is an incompatible API change, which hopefully won't
actually affect anybody since I don't think there are any
users of AnyTemplate yet.
The default syntax has changed from:
CGIAPP_dispatch, CGIAPP.dispatch, CGIAPP/dispatch, etc.
to:
CGIAPP_embed, CGIAPP.embed, CGIAPP/embed, etc.
The old syntax still works to embed components in TT and
Petal (but is undocumented). Users of HTML::Template and
HTML::Template::Expr can return to the old syntax by setting
embed_tag_name to 'cgiapp_dispatch'
Related API changes:
- CAP:AnyTemplate::Dispatcher has been renamed to
CAP:AnyTemplate::ComponentHandler
- the dispatcher_class option has been renamed to
component_handler class
- the dispatch_tag_name driver config key has been renamed to
embed_tag_name
0.04 May 19, 2005
- fixed Pod links and other minor doc issues
0.03 May 19, 2005
- Fixed one More POD NAME error
0.02 May 19, 2005
- Fixed NAME sections in driver POD
0.01 May 18, 2005
- Initial Release