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phpunit/php-text-template 4.0.0

Simple template engine.
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18 Sep 2012
Version published
2 Feb 2024
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does phpunit/php-text-template do?

The phpunit/php-text-template is a simple template engine package that is utilized in PHP development. This powerful yet concise library allows developers to generate and manipulate text-based contents dynamically using custom-defined templates, offering flexibility and reducing repetitive code writing.

How do you use phpunit/php-text-template?

Utilizing the phpunit/php-text-template in your PHP projects is relatively straightforward. First, you need to install the package to your project. You can achieve this by using Composer, the PHP package manager. For general use, run the composer installation command composer require phpunit/php-text-template. If you only require the library during the development phase, for instance, to run your project's test suite, you should add it as a development-time dependency by using the composer require --dev phpunit/php-text-template command.

Here is a basic usage example:

require 'vendor/autoload.php';  // Path may vary based on your setup

use PHPUnit\TextUI\Template;

$template = new Text_Template('path/to/templatefile');

        'placeholder' => 'Value',
        // more placeholders...

echo $template->render();

In this example, a template file located at 'path/to/templatefile' is loaded. The setVar() method is employed to replace placeholders in the template with their corresponding values. Finally, the render() method is used to print the final text.

Please adjust this example as per your specific requirements.

Where are the phpunit/php-text-template docs?

The documentation of phpunit/php-text-template is not explicitly mentioned in the readme file. Perhaps the best way to obtain more detailed information or how-to guides about the library usage may be to check the source code, scrutinize GitHub issues, or look into the PHPUnit documentation since this library is a part of the PHPUnit framework. The GitHub repository URL for the project is https://github.com/sebastianbergmann/php-text-template.