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I use Template Toolkit with CGI::Application as well, and I have found the URL plugin very useful for keeping my URLs consistent.
I have a default template that is automatically loaded by the PRE_PROCESS option in Template Toolkit which contains the following:
Here 'query' is just a CGI.pm object, and I pass values for current_module and current_rm to the templates in my code. This primes the URL plugin with a valid URL for the current page and runmode.
Then in my templates I use something like this for all my URLs:
Of course you could add the session stuff in to the 'USE url' statement so that by default the session is added to every generated URL automatically.
By the way, that 'module' parameter is there because I use CGI::Application::Dispatch. I modified the URL plugin to automatically generate proper URLs using PATH_INFO that coresponds with CGI::Application::Dispatch. If anyone uses that same combination, let me know and I'll provide the changes (they were quite trivial).
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