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NAME

       Perl::Critic::PolicyConfig - Configuration data for a Policy.

DESCRIPTION

       A container for the configuration of a Policy.

INTERFACE SUPPORT

       This is considered to be a non-public class.  Its interface is subject to change without
       notice.

METHODS

       "get_policy_short_name()"
           The name of the policy this configuration is for.  Primarily here for the sake of
           debugging.

       " get_set_themes() "
           The value of "set_themes" in the user's .perlcriticrc.

       " get_add_themes() "
           The value of "add_themes" in the user's .perlcriticrc.

       " get_severity() "
           The value of "severity" in the user's .perlcriticrc.

       " is_maximum_violations_per_document_unlimited() "
           Answer whether the value of "maximum_violations_per_document" should be considered to
           be unlimited.

       " get_maximum_violations_per_document() "
           The value of "maximum_violations_per_document" in the user's .perlcriticrc.

       " get($parameter) "
           Retrieve the value of the specified parameter in the user's .perlcriticrc.

       " remove($parameter) "
           Delete the value of the specified parameter.

       " is_empty() "
           Answer whether there is any non-standard configuration information left.

       " get_parameter_names() "
           Retrieve the names of the parameters in this object.

       " set_profile_strictness($profile_strictness) "
           Sets the profile strictness associated with the configuration.

       " handle_extra_parameters($policy,$errors) "
           Deals with any extra parameters according to the profile_strictness setting.  To be
           called by Perl::Critic::Policy->new() once all valid policies have been processed and
           removed from the configuration.

           If profile_strictness is $PROFILE_STRICTNESS_QUIET, extra policy parameters are
           ignored.

           If profile_strictness is $PROFILE_STRICTNESS_WARN, extra policy parameters generate a
           warning.

           If profile_strictness is $PROFILE_STRICTNESS_FATAL, extra policy parameters generate a
           fatal error.

           If no profile_strictness was set, the behavior is that specified by
           $PROFILE_STRICTNESS_DEFAULT.

SEE ALSO

       "MAKING YOUR POLICY CONFIGURABLE" in Perl::Critic::DEVELOPER

AUTHOR

       Elliot Shank <perl@galumph.com>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (c) 2008-2011 Elliot Shank.

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.  The full text of this license can be found in the LICENSE file
       included with this module.