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NAME

       Config::Model::models::Itself::ConfigAccept - Configuration class Itself::ConfigAccept

DESCRIPTION

       Configuration classes used by Config::Model

Elements

   name_match
       Deprecated  Optional. Type uniline.

       upstream_default value :
           .*

   accept_after
       specify where to insert accepted element. This does not change the behavior and helps
       generating more consistent  user interfaces.  Optional. Type reference.

   type
       specify the type of the configuration element.Leaf is used for plain value.  Mandatory.
       Type enum. choice: 'node', 'warped_node', 'hash', 'list', 'leaf', 'check_list'.

   value_type
        Optional. Type enum. choice: 'boolean', 'enum', 'integer', 'reference', 'number',
       'uniline', 'string', 'file', 'dir'.

       Here are some explanations on the possible values:

       'integer'
           positive or negative integer

       'uniline'
           string with no embedded newline

   class - Override implementation of element
       Perl class name used to override the implementation of the configuration element. This
       override Perl class must inherit a Config::Model class that matches the element type, i.e.
       Config::Model::Value, Config::Model::HashId or Config::Model::ListId. Use with care.
       Optional. Type uniline.

   morph
       When set, a recurse copy of the value from the old object to the new object is attempted.
       Old values are dropped when  a copy is not possible (usually because of mismatching
       types).  Optional. Type boolean.

   refer_to
       points to an array or hash element in the configuration tree using grab syntax. The
       available choice of this reference value (or check list)is made from the available keys of
       the pointed hash element or the values of the pointed array element.  Optional. Type
       uniline.

   computed_refer_to
       points to an array or hash element in the configuration tree using a path computed with
       value from several other elements in the configuration tree. The available choice of this
       reference value (or check list) is made from the available keys of the pointed hash
       element or the values of the pointed array element. The keys of several hashes (or lists)
       can be combined by using the '+' operator in the formula. For instance, '! host:$a lan + !
       host:foobar lan'. See Config::Model::IdElementReference for more details.  Optional. Type
       warped_node.

   replace_follow
       Path specifying a hash of value element in the configuration tree. The hash if used in a
       way similar to the replace parameter. In this case, the replacement is not coded in the
       model but specified by the configuration.  Optional. Type uniline.

   compute
       compute the default value according to a formula and value from other elements in the
       configuration tree.  Optional. Type warped_node.

   migrate_from
       Specify an upgrade path from an old value and compute the value to store in the new
       element.  Optional. Type warped_node.

   write_as
       Specify how to write a boolean value. Example 'no' 'yes'.  Optional. Type list of uniline.

   migrate_values_from
       Specifies that the values of the hash or list are copied from another hash or list in the
       configuration tree once configuration data are loaded.  Optional. Type uniline.

   migrate_keys_from
       Specifies that the keys of the hash are copied from another hash in the configuration tree
       only when the hash is created.  Optional. Type uniline.

   write_empty_value
       By default, hash entries without data are not saved in configuration files. Set this
       parameter to 1 if a key must be saved in the configuration file even if the hash contains
       no value for that key.  Optional. Type boolean.

       upstream_default value :
           0

   mandatory
        Optional. Type boolean.

   config_class_name
        Optional. Type reference.

   choice
       Specify the possible values of an enum. This can also be used in a reference element so
       the possible enum value will be the combination of the specified choice and the referred
       to values.  Optional. Type list of uniline.

   min
       minimum value.  Optional. Type number.

   max
       maximum value.  Optional. Type number.

   min_index
       minimum number of keys.  Optional. Type integer.

   max_index
       maximum number of keys.  Optional. Type integer.

   default
       Specify default value. This default value is written in the configuration data.  Optional.
       Type string.

   upstream_default
       Another way to specify a default value. But this default value is considered as "built_in"
       the application and is not written in the configuration data (unless modified)  Optional.
       Type string.

   convert
       Convert value or index to uppercase (uc) or lowercase (lc).  Optional. Type enum.

   match
       Perl regular expression to assert the validity of the value. To check the whole value, use
       "^" and "$". For instance "^foo|bar$" allows "foo" or "bar" but not "foobar". To be case
       insentive, use the "(?i)" extended pattern. For instance, the regexp "^(?i)foo|bar$" also
       allows the values "Foo" and "Bar".  Optional. Type uniline.

   assert
       Raise an error if the test code snippet does returns false. Note this snippet is also run
       on undefined value, which may not be what you want.  Optional. Type hash of node of class
       Itself::CommonElement::Assert .

   warn_if
       Warn user if the code snippet returns true.  Optional. Type hash of node of class
       Itself::CommonElement::Assert .

   warn_unless
       Warn user if the code snippet returns false.  Optional. Type hash of node of class
       Itself::CommonElement::Assert .

   warn_if_match
       Warn user if a defined value matches the regular expression.  Optional. Type hash of node
       of class Itself::CommonElement::WarnIfMatch .

   warn_unless_match
       Warn user if defined value does not match the regular expression.  Optional. Type hash of
       node of class Itself::CommonElement::WarnIfMatch .

   warn
       Unconditionally issue a warning with this string when this parameter is used. This should
       be used mostly with "accept"  Optional. Type string.

   grammar
       Feed this grammar to Parse::RecDescent to perform validation.  Optional. Type string.

   default_list
       Specify items checked by default.  Optional. Type check_list.

   upstream_default_list
       Specify items checked by default in the application.  Optional. Type check_list.

   allow_keys_from
       this hash allows keys from the keys of the hash pointed by the path string.  Optional.
       Type uniline.

   allow_keys_matching
       Keys must match the specified regular expression.  Optional. Type uniline.

   follow_keys_from
       this hash contains the same keys as the hash pointed by the path string.  Optional. Type
       uniline.

   warn_if_key_match
       Warn user if a key is created matching this regular expression.  Optional. Type uniline.

   warn_unless_key_match
       Warn user if a key is created not matching this regular expression.  Optional. Type
       uniline.

   ordered
       keep track of the order of the elements of this hash.  Optional. Type boolean.

   default_keys
       default keys hashes.  Optional. Type list of string.

   auto_create_keys
       always create a set of keys specified in this list.  Optional. Type list of string.

   allow_keys
       specify a set of allowed keys.  Optional. Type list of string.

   auto_create_ids
       always create the number of id specified in this integer.  Optional. Type string.

   default_with_init
       specify a set of keys to create and initialization on some elements . E.g. ' foo => "X=Av
       Y=Bv", bar => "Y=Av Z=Cz"'  Optional. Type hash of string.

   max_nb
        Optional. Type integer.

   replace
       Used for enum to substitute one value with another. This parameter must be used to enable
       user to upgrade a configuration with obsolete values. The old value is the key of the
       hash, the new one is the value of the hash.  Optional. Type hash of string.

   duplicates
       Specify the policy regarding duplicated values stored in the list or as hash values (valid
       only when cargo type is "leaf"). The policy can be "allow" (default), "suppress", "warn"
       (which offers the possibility to apply a fix), "forbid".  Optional. Type enum. choice:
       'allow', 'suppress', 'warn', 'forbid'.

       upstream_default value :
           allow

   help
       Specify help string applicable to values. The keys are regexp matched to the beggining of
       the value. See "help" parameter of "DESCRIPTION" in Config::Model::Value for more
       possibilities.  Optional. Type hash of string.

   status
        Optional. Type enum. choice: 'obsolete', 'deprecated', 'standard'.

       upstream_default value :
           standard

   level
       Used to highlight important parameter or to hide others. Hidden parameter are mostly used
       to hide features that are unavailable at start time. They can be made available later
       using warp mechanism.  Optional. Type enum. choice: 'important', 'normal', 'hidden'.

       upstream_default value :
           normal

   summary
       enter short information regarding this element.  Optional. Type uniline.

   description
       enter detailed help information regarding this element.  Optional. Type string.

   warp
       change the properties (i.e. default value or its value_type) dynamically according to the
       value of another Value object located elsewhere in the configuration tree.  Optional. Type
       warped_node of class Itself::WarpValue .

   index_type
       Specify the type of allowed index for the hash. "String" means no restriction.  Optional.
       Type enum.

   cargo
       Specify the properties of the configuration element configuration in this hash or list.
       Optional. Type warped_node.

SEE ALSO

       ·   cme

       ·   Config::Model::models::Itself::CommonElement::Assert

       ·   Config::Model::models::Itself::CommonElement::WarnIfMatch

       ·   Config::Model::models::Itself::WarpValue

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