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  • TT (Score:2, Informative)

    by gav (2710) on 2003.03.17 18:26 (#18003) Homepage Journal

    I moved about a year ago to TT from H::T and haven't looked back. The extra power is great. I feel that you get a lot better separation of overall presentation and logic if you can move some of the presentation logic out into the template. You can defiantly cut down on lines of code which makes maintenance easier.

    The thing I really like about TT is that you can pass any kind of data type; hashes, arrays, objects, functions, etc and use them in your template. It also works nicely with Class::DBI which I am a fan of.

    It should be fairly easy to port H::T code and templates to TT, especially if you use a kind of wrapper class [perl.org].