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NAME
       Template::Manual::Credits - Author and contributor credits

HISTORY
       The Template Toolkit began its life as the "Text::MetaText" module,
       originally released to CPAN around 1996.	 This itself was the public
       manifestation of	an earlier template processing system I	developed
       while working at	Peritas	(now Knowledge Pool -
       http://www.knowledgepool.com/)

       "Text::MetaText"	was the	prototype - the	one we always planned to throw
       away.  It did the job well, showing us what worked and what didn't,
       what was	good and what was bad, and gave	us some	ideas about what could
       be done better, given the chance	to start again from scratch.

       Some time late in 1998 I	threw away the prototype and started work on
       the Template Toolkit. By	then I was working at Canon Research Centre
       Europe Ltd.  (CRE), involved in a general research programme related to
       web publishing and dynamic content generation. The first	alpha release
       was in June 1999, followed by numerous more alpha and beta releases
       culminating in 1.00 being released on 2nd December 1999.

       A month or so later, work had begun on version 2.00. The	plan was to
       get the template	language relatively stable in version 1.00 and not
       worry too much about performance	or other internal matters. Then,
       version 2.00 would follow to improve performance, clean up the
       architecture and	fix anything that, with	the benefit of hindsight, we
       thought could be	improved. As it	happens, me starting work on version
       2.00 coincided with Doug	Steinwand sending me his parser	variant	which
       compiled	templates to Perl code,	giving a major performance boost. As
       well as the speedups, there are a whole host of significant new
       features	in version 2.00, and a greatly improved	internal architecture.
       Apart from a few	minor "fixups" the template directives and language
       have remained the same as in version 1.00

       Version 2.00 was	available in beta release form in July 2000, just in
       time for	the 4th	Perl Conference	where version 1.00 was awarded "Best
       New Perl	Module".  After	another	extended beta release period, version
       2.00 was	released on 1st	December 2000.

       Version 3 has been in development ever since.

AUTHOR
       Andy Wardley <abw@wardley.org> <http://wardley.org/>

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 1996-2020 Andy Wardley.  All Rights Reserved.

       The Template Toolkit is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
       modify it under the same	terms as Perl itself.

CONTRIBUTORS
       Many people have	contributed ideas, inspiration,	fixes and features to
       the Template Toolkit.  Their efforts continue to	be very	much
       appreciated.  Please let	me know	if you think anyone is missing from
       this list.

       If you submit a patch/pull request then please make sure	you add	your
       own name	to this	list and include it in the changes.

       Adam Kennedy, ahollandECS, Alexey A. Kiritchun, Amiri Barksdale,
       Andreas Koenig, Andy Wardley, Autrijus Tang, Axel Gerstmair, Barrie
       Slaymaker, Ben Tilly, Breno G. de Oliveira, Briac PilprA(C), Brian
       Fraser, Brian Wightman, Bryce Harrington, Chris Dean, Chris Winters,
       Christian, chromatic, Colin Johnson, Colin Keith, Craig Barratt,	Darren
       Chamberlain, Dave Cash, Dave Cross, Dave	Hodgkinson, Dave Howorth, Dave
       Jacoby, David Steinbrunner, Denis F. Latypoff, Dennis Clark, Doug, Drew
       Taylor, Dylan, E. Choroba, eadjei, Eric Cholet, Francois	Desarmenien,
       FranA<section>ois Andriot, fREW Schmidt,	gordon-fish, Guido Flohr, Hans
       von Lengerke, Harald Joerg, Horst Dumcke, Ivan Krylov, Ivan Kurmanov,
       Jacques Germishuys, Jason Lewis,	Jay Hannah, Jens Rehsack, Jess
       Robinson, Jim Vaughan, John Lightsey, John Napiorkowski,	Jon Jensen,
       Jonas Liljegren,	Jonathon Padfield, JosA(C) JoaquAn Atria, Jose Luis
       Martinez, Josh Rosenbaum, Kenny Gatdula,	Kent Fredric, Kevin M. Goess,
       Koenig, Leon Brocard, Leslie Michael Orchard, Lubomir, Lyle Brooks,
       Marc Remy, Mark Fowler, Martin, Matthew Somerville, Michael Fowler,
       Michael Stevens,	Mike Schilli, Mikhail Klyuchnikov from Positive
       Technologies, nataraj, Neil Bowers, Nick	Hibma, Nicolas R, Nik Clayton,
       Norbert BuchmA1/4ller, Paul Orrock, Paul	Seamons, Paul Sharpe, Perrin
       Harkins,	Philippe Bruhat	(BooK),	Piers Cawley, Portman, Rafael Kitover,
       Randal L. Schwartz, Ricardo Signes, Richard Tietjen, Robin Berjon, Rod
       Taylor, Schaffner, sdeseille, Sean McAfee, Sean Zellmer,	Simon, Simon
       Dawson, Simon Matthews, Simon Napiorkowski, Slaven Rezic, Smylers, Stas
       Bekman, Stathy G. Touloumis, stefano-b, Steinwand, Steve	Peters,	Swen,
       Thierry-Michel Barral, Thuemmler, Timmy Chan, Todd Rinaldo, Tom Delmas,
       Tony Bowden, Tosh Cooey,	Ville SkyttAx, Vivek Khera, Wilcox, William
       Hardison, Yanick	Champoux, Yuri Pimenov.

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