YATT::Lite version 0.0_5
YATT is Yet Another Template Toolkit, aimed at Web Designers, rather than
well-trained programmers. To achieve this goal, YATT provides more
readable syntax for HTML/XML savvy designers, ``lint`` for static syntax
checking and many safer default behaviors, ie. automatic output escaping
based on argument type declaration and config file naming convention
which helps access protection.
YATT::Lite is template-syntax-compatible, lightweight, full rewrite of
YATT with superior functionalities.
It's all pure Perl, so it's ok to put the .pm files (or git repo itself)
in their appropriate perl @INC path.
(But see NON-STANDARD DIRECTORY STRUCTURE)
The easiest way to use this distribution in your project is:
git clone git://github.com/hkoba/yatt_lite.git lib/YATT
# or If your project is managed in git, clone as submodule like this:
git submodule add git://github.com/hkoba/yatt_lite.git lib/YATT
git submodule init
git submodule update
To create a yatt-enabled webapp, just copy sample app.psgi and run plackup:
cp lib/YATT/samples/app.psgi .
Now you are ready to write your first yatt app.
Open your favorite editor and create F like this:
Hello &yatt:x; world!
Then try to access:
Basic documents are placed under YATT/Lite/docs. You can read them via:
(But for now, most pods are not yet finished and written only in Japanese.)
Also, you can run ylpodview (document viewer) locally like:
and try to access http://0:5000/
NON-STANDARD DIRECTORY STRUCTURE
Unfortunately, YATT::Lite distribution doesn't conform
normal CPAN style structure. This is experimental,
but intentional. Because:
1. Engine(modules) and support scripts should be directly bundled together.
To achieve this, scripts/* and elisp/* is placed in YATT/.
2. Since YATT::Lite is still evolving, single (system-wide) installation
may not fit for multi-service site. To isolate instability risk,
individual service should have its own installation of engine.
To achieve this, runyatt.cgi uses runyatt.lib first.
SUPPORT AND DOCUMENTATION
You can also look for Source Code Repository at:
COPYRIGHT AND LICENCE
Copyright (C) 2007..2013 "KOBAYASI, Hiroaki"
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the same terms as Perl itself.