Thanks, that looks very promising
It looks like I can use your code in a test script to just load each
template file in turn, and get a report of any non escaped variables. I
can then call that test script from my commit hook and test suite.
How compatible is Template::Alloy with TT2? Seeing as it will only
be used for tests it does not have to be perfect, so long as it does not barf
and crash over TT2 macros or suchlike.
Thanks a lot.
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