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MicroMason::AllowGlobals(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation MicroMason::AllowGlobals(3)
 

Text::MicroMason::AllowGlobals - Share package vars between templates

Instead of using this class directly, pass its name to be mixed in:
    use Text::MicroMason;
    my $mason = Text::MicroMason->new( -AllowGlobals );
Share package variables:
    $mason->set_globals( '$name' => 'Bob' );
Use the standard compile and execute methods to parse and evalute templates:
  print $mason->compile( text=>$template )->();
  print $mason->execute( text=>$template );
Then, in a template, you can refer to those globals:
    Welcome, <% $name %>!

set_globals()
Accepts a list of pairs of global variable names and corresponding values.
Adds each variable name to the allowed list and sets it to the initial value.
allow_globals()
Gets or sets the variables names to be allowed.
If called with arguments, adds them to the list.
Returns the variables to be allowed as a list, or as a space-separated string in scalar context.

allow_globals
Optional array or space-separated string of global variable names to be allowed.

assemble()
Adds the allow_globals_statement to each token stream before assembling it.
allow_globals_statement()
This method prepends the "use vars" statement needed for the template subroutines to compile.

For an overview of this templating framework, see Text::MicroMason.
This is a mixin class intended for use with Text::MicroMason::HTMLMason.
For distribution, installation, support, copyright and license information, see Text::MicroMason::Docs::ReadMe.
2007-01-29 perl v5.28.1

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