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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've always looked at Perl/TT like this:

    Template Toolkit: Printing by default and access control flow via '[% %]'

    Perl: Control flow by default and print out via 'print'

    I agree, there's no sense in being a code/presentation Nazi. When the problem is emitting large chunks of output with very little control flow, then TT makes the best sense.

    Bonus for factoring out presentation to a .tt.html, .tt.css, or .tt.eml file? Syntax highlighting with your editor.