Xerl is an open source website template engine (TE) with some features of a Content Management System (CMS) programmed in object oriented Perl (boosted by FastCGI) and using XML.
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README

STYLEGUIDE:

Always do:

Pragmatic modules ALWAYS to use in ALL packages:

use strict;
use warnings;
use v5.14;

Only for packages for including package UNIVERSAL definitions

use Xerl::Page::Base;

Object oriented coding style

Always use method prototypes if possible

sub foo($;$) { .... }

Explicit object typing if possible

my Class::Name::Here $foo = Class::Name::Here->new();

If no real ret val, set undef; explicitly

sub foo() {
# Do some stuff
...
# Set explicit undef ret value
return undef;
}

Private subs use _ as its prefix and are called only from the current package.

package Xerl::Foo::Bla;
.
.

sub _iamprivate($) {
my Xerl::Foo:Bla $self = $_[0];
.
.
}

sub iampublic($) {
my Xerl::Foo:Bla $self = $_[0];
$self->_iamprivate();
return undef;
}

Static subs (not OOP) are in CAPITAL letters.

sub IAMSTATIC($) {
print shift;
return 'Hello World';
}

sub iamdynamic($) {
my Xerl::Foo:Bla $self = $_[0];
return Xerl::Foo::Bla::IAMSTATIC( $self->get_somevalue() );
}

Static private subs start with _ and are written in CAPITAL letters

sub _IAMSTATICPRIVATE() {
.
.
}

Use Pidy to automaically restyle the code! (make perltidy)

Mark things which are still to do with TODO: at any place in the source
tree. (Can be searched for using 'make todo').