LedgerSMB::Template − Template support module for LedgerSMB

This module renders templates.

new(user => \%myconfig, template => $string, format =>
    $string, [locale => $locale] [language => $string],
    [include_path => $path], [no_auto_output => $bool],
    [method => $string], [no_escape => $bool], [debug =>
    $bool], [output_file => $string] );
    This command instantiates a new template:

        The template to be processed.  This can either be a
        reference to the template in string form or the name
        of the file that is the template to be processed.

        The format to be used.  Currently HTML, PS, PDF, TXT
        and CSV are supported.

    format_options (optional)
        A hash of format‐specific options.  See the
        appropriate LSMB::T::foo for details.

    output_options (optional)
        A hash of output‐specific options.  See the
        appropriate output method for details.

    locale (optional)
        The locale object to use for regular gettext
        lookups.  Having this option adds the text function
        to the usable list for the templates.  Has no effect
        on the gettext function.

    language (optional)
        The language for template selection.

    include_path (optional)
        Overrides the template directory.  Used with user
        interface templates.

    no_auto_output (optional)
        Disables the automatic output of rendered templates.

    no_escape (optional)
        Disables escaping on the template variables.

    debug (optional)
        Enables template debugging.

        With the TT‐based renderers, HTML, PS, PDF, TXT, and
        CSV, the portion of the template to get debugging


        messages is to be surrounded by <?lsmb DEBUG format
        ’foo’ ?> statements.  Example:

            <tr><td colspan="<?lsmb columns.size ?>"></td></tr>
            <tr class="listheading">
          <?lsmb FOREACH column IN columns ?>
          <?lsmb DEBUG format '$file line $line : [% $text %]' ?>
              <th class="listtop"><?lsmb heading.$column ?></th>
          <?lsmb DEBUG format '' ?>
          <?lsmb END ?>

    method/media (optional)
        The output method to use, defaults to HTTP.  Media
        is a synonym for method

    output_file (optional)
        The base name of the file for output.

    Returns a list of format names, any of the following (in
    order) as applicable:

    HTML (always available)

    TXT (includes CSV, always available))





new_UI(user => \%myconfig, locale => $locale, template =>
    $file, ...)
    Wrapper around the constructor that sets the path to
    ’UI’, format to ’HTML’, and leaves auto‐output enabled.

    This command renders the template.  If no_auto_output
    was not specified during instantiation, this also writes
    the result to standard output and exits.  Otherwise it
    returns the name of the output file if a file was
    created.  When no output file is created, the output is
    held in $self−>{output}.

    Currently email and server‐side printing are not

    This function outputs the rendered file in an
    appropriate manner.


my $bool = _valid_language()
    This command checks for valid langages.  Returns 1 if
    the language is valid, 0 if it is not.

    Apply locale settings to column headings and add sort
    urls if necessary.

    Escapes a scalar string if the format supports such
    escaping and returns the sanitized version.

This file is licensed under the GNU General Public License
version 2, or at your option any later version.  A copy of
the license should have been included with your software.