Uses of Interface
org.apache.velocity.runtime.directive.DirectiveConstants

Packages that use DirectiveConstants
org.apache.velocity.runtime.directive   
org.apache.velocity.runtime.directive.contrib   
 

Uses of DirectiveConstants in org.apache.velocity.runtime.directive
 

Classes in org.apache.velocity.runtime.directive that implement DirectiveConstants
 class Block
          Directive that puts an unrendered AST block in the context under the specified key, postponing rendering until the reference is used and rendered.
 class BlockMacro
          BlockMacro directive is used to invoke Velocity macros with normal parameters and a macro body.
 class Break
          Break directive used for interrupting scopes.
 class Define
          Directive that puts an unrendered AST block in the context under the specified key, postponing rendering until the reference is used and rendered.
 class Directive
          Base class for all directives used in Velocity.
 class Evaluate
          Evaluates the directive argument as a VTL string, using the existing context.
 class Foreach
          Foreach directive used for moving through arrays, or objects that provide an Iterator.
 class Include
          Pluggable directive that handles the #include() statement in VTL.
 class InputBase
          Base class for directives which do input operations (e.g.
 class Macro
          Macro implements the macro definition directive of VTL.
 class Parse
          Pluggable directive that handles the #parse() statement in VTL.
 class RuntimeMacro
          This class acts as a proxy for potential macros.
 class Stop
          This class implements the #stop directive which allows a user to stop the merging and rendering process.
 class VelocimacroProxy
          VelocimacroProxy.java a proxy Directive-derived object to fit with the current directive system
 

Uses of DirectiveConstants in org.apache.velocity.runtime.directive.contrib
 

Classes in org.apache.velocity.runtime.directive.contrib that implement DirectiveConstants
 class For
          The #for directive provides the behavior of the #foreach directive but also provides an 'index' keyword that allows the user to define an optional index variable that tracks the loop iterations.
 



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