There are 2 file types use the .TMPL file extension:
1. Xfire User Interface Template
Template file used by Xfire, an instant messaging application for gamers; contains an HTML template file for displaying a user interface page; saved in plain text and contains %variable% code tags that are replaced by user interface-specific values when the application runs.
TMPL files are used for listing information for friends, screenshots, videos, and other gaming social network information. Sample TMPL files include about.tmpl, addfriend.tmpl, notifications.tmpl, and clanreminder.tmpl.
Updated: June 30, 2010
2. BlueJ Default Template
Template file created for BlueJ, a Java development program; contains a default template with the source text of different classes accessible in BlueJ, some examples include: standard Java class, interface, Applet source, and project note; appears in different languages such as English, Chinese, and German.
TMPL files can be found in BLUEJ_HOME/lib/LANGUAGE/template and in the "new class" folder within the "templates" section. On a Mac, Ctrl-click the BlueJ application, select , then , then , then , then the folder of your specific language ( ), then . You should then see the TMPL files and the folder.
html.tmpl - HTML template.
method.tmpl - Method template.
readme.tmpl - Description of your project.
stdclass.tmpl - Standard Java class template.
shell.tmpl - You should not modify this, it's for internal use only.
Updated: January 20, 2014