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NAME

       Mason::Plugin::Defer - Defer computing parts of output until the end of
       the request

SYNOPSIS

           <head>
           <title><% $m->defer(sub { $m->page->title }) %></title>

           % $.Defer {{
           %   my $content = join(", ", @{ $m->page->meta_content });
           <meta name="description" content="<% $content %>">
           % }}

           <body>
           ...

DESCRIPTION

       The defer feature allows sections of output to be deferred til the end
       of the request. You can set up multiple deferred code blocks which will
       execute and insert themselves into the output stream at request end.

REQUEST METHOD

       defer (code)
           Returns a marker string that is unique and will not appear in
           normal output. At the end of the request, each marker string is
           replaced with the output of its associated code. e.g.

               <title><% $m->defer(sub { $m->page->title }) %></title>

FILTER

       Defer
           Applies "$m->defer" to the content block. e.g.

               % $.Defer {{
               %   my $content = join(", ", @{ $m->page->meta_content });
               <meta name="description" content="<% $content %>">
               % }}

SEE ALSO

       Mason

AUTHOR

       Jonathan Swartz <swartz@pobox.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Jonathan Swartz.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.



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