It has been a very long time I have posted something, however, I kept on programming in Perl
I wrote a nice application in Mod_Perl, CGI::Application and HTML::Template.
There are several templates and several runmodes.
Now I want to provide the interface in other languages, so I need to translate the templates.
What is the best way to do this? I can copy the entire template directory and provide full translations of each template. This is OK, but whenever I make an update in a template, I have to do it in all translations.
Or, I can make HTML::Template variables for each line in the template, which means that I have hunderds of parameters to manage?
Dr. Mark Ceulemans
sr. Security Consultant
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