libtemplate-alloy-perl 1.020-1.1 source package in Ubuntu


libtemplate-alloy-perl (1.020-1.1) unstable; urgency=medium

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Debian Perl Group on 2021-01-08
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Impish release on 2021-04-23 universe perl
Hirsute release on 2021-01-08 universe perl


Hirsute: [FULLYBUILT] amd64


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libtemplate-alloy-perl_1.020-1.1.debian.tar.xz 2.7 KiB 03c8d64f9b4b121aa51e2e6b7cedbb9aa6ca91dfdff08faee5fa4c41c6cd9a1b

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libtemplate-alloy-perl: TT2/3, HT, HTE, Tmpl, and Velocity Engine

 Template::Alloy represents the mixing of features and capabilities
 from all of the major mini-language based template systems (support
 for non-mini-language based systems will happen eventually). With
 Template::Alloy you can use your favorite template interface and syntax
 and get features from each of the other major template systems. And
 Template::Alloy is fast - whether your using mod_perl, cgi, or running
 from the commandline. There is even Template::Alloy::XS for getting
 a little more speed when that is necessary.
 According to Wikipedia, "an alloy is a homogeneous mixture of two or
 more elements".