Text::MicroMason::CompileCache(3) Use a Cache for Template Compilation


Instead of using this class directly, pass its name to be mixed in:

use Text::MicroMason;
my $mason = Text::MicroMason->new( -CompileCache );

Use the standard compile and execute methods to parse and evaluate templates:

    print $mason->execute( text=>$template, 'name'=>'Dave' );

The template does not have to be parsed the second time because it's cached:

    print $mason->execute( text=>$template, 'name'=>'Bob' );

Templates stored in files are also cached, until the file changes:

    print $mason->execute( file=>"./greeting.msn", 'name'=>'Charles');


Public Methods

Caching wrapper around normal compile() behavior.

Supported Attributes

Defaults to an instance of Text::MicroMason::Cache::Simple. You may pass in your own cache object.
Defaults to an instance of Text::MicroMason::Cache::File. You may pass in your own cache object.

This module uses a simple cache interface that is widely supported: the only methods required are "get($key)" and "set($key, $value)". You can use the simple cache classes provided in the Text::MicroMason::Cache:: namespace, or select other caching modules on CPAN that support the interface described in Cache::Cache.