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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (26 Oct. 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0596002254
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596002251
  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 1.9 x 23.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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About the Author

is a programmer, author, and activist with a background in music composition and an obsession with Hong Kong films and the works of author Gene Wolfe. He has been actively developing Free (Perl) Software for several years and is a member of the Mason core development team. For more information about Embedding Perl in HTML with Mason please visit www.masonbook.com, a web site maintained by the authors where additional information and downloadable source code are available.

is a researcher in Document Categorization at the University of Sydney in Australia. He has written many Perl modules of varying utility, about 20 of which are available on CPAN. Like co-author Dave Rolsky, Ken is a member of the HTML::Mason core development team. His educational background is in mathematics and music. For more information about Embedding Perl in HTML with Mason please visit www.masonbook.com, a web site maintained by the authors where additional information and downloadable source code are available.

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CHAPTER 5 - Advanced Features

In the previous chapters you have been introduced to the basic features of Mason, and you should have a fairly good idea by now of how you might actually go about constructing a dynamic web site from Mason components. You have seen a few of Mason ’s unique features, such as the autohandler mechanism, the dhandler mechanism, and the ability to pass arbitrary data between components. In this chapter we’ll go beyond the basics and learn more about advanced ways to use Mason components to design large dynamic sites. You’ll learn how to define multiple components in the same text file, how to create components on the fly from Perl strings, how to manage multiple component root directories, and (finally!)how to use all of Mason’s object-oriented features.

Subcomponents
Although we often imagine a one-to-one correspondence between text files and Mason components, it is actually possible to define multiple components in a single text file. This is achieved by using a block, a special Mason directive that defines one component from within another. The component embedded within the block is called a subcomponent, and it is visible only to the component within which it resides:component A may not access component B ’s subcomponents directly.


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