This loader is to use when you load a template whose source is directly a PHP string and not a file. It supports caching and saves cache files in the /cache/tpl directory, using a md5 hash to distinguish eache string input.
This loader is the most used. It takes a file identifier as input. This identifier corresponds
to a file that can be different from the user's theme. In fact, when it loads a template, its looks for
it at several places. For a module template, it can be the default one which is in the /module/templates directory,
but if the file is specialized by the theme, it loads it from the theme directory. All that is explained
This loader is a very simple one. Its input is a string containing the template source. It doesn't supports caching so it always parses the input source.
This class is responsible to load a template and transform it in the PHPBoost parsed template
Normally a loader is able to load a template and provide its parsed form. The parsing is done by
a TemplateParser it embeds and is a quite heavy operation. To be more efficient, we've introduced
the parsed files caching which enables us to parse each file only once and then reuse the cache.
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