Provided by: libtoml-parser-perl_0.91-1_all bug

NAME

       TOML::Parser - simple toml parser

SYNOPSIS

           use TOML::Parser;

           my $parser = TOML::Parser->new;
           my $data   = $parser->parse($toml);

DESCRIPTION

       TOML::Parser is a simple toml parser.

       This data structure complies with the tests provided at
       <https://github.com/toml-lang/toml/tree/v0.4.0/tests>.

       The v0.4.0 specification is supported.

METHODS

       my $parser = TOML::Parser->new(\%args)
           Creates a new TOML::Parser instance.

               use TOML::Parser;

               # create new parser
               my $parser = TOML::Parser->new();

           Arguments can be:

           ·   "inflate_datetime"

               If use it, You can replace inflate "datetime" process.  The subroutine of default
               is "identity". "e.g.) sub { $_[0] }"

                   use TOML::Parser;
                   use DateTime;
                   use DateTime::Format::ISO8601;

                   # create new parser
                   my $parser = TOML::Parser->new(
                       inflate_datetime => sub {
                           my $dt = shift;
                           return DateTime::Format::ISO8601->parse_datetime($dt);
                       },
                   );

           ·   "inflate_boolean"

               If use it, You can replace inflate boolean process.  The return value of default
               subroutine is "Types::Serialiser::true" or "Types::Serialiser::false".

                   use TOML::Parser;

                   # create new parser
                   my $parser = TOML::Parser->new(
                       inflate_boolean => sub {
                           my $boolean = shift;
                           return $boolean eq 'true' ? 1 : 0;
                       },
                   );

           ·   "strict_mode"

               TOML::Parser is using a more flexible rule for compatibility with old TOML of
               default.  If make this option true value, You can parse a toml with strict rule.

                   use TOML::Parser;

                   # create new parser
                   my $parser = TOML::Parser->new(
                       strict_mode => 1
                   );

       my $data = $parser->parse_file($path)
       my $data = $parser->parse_fh($fh)
       my $data = $parser->parse($src)
           Transforms a string containing toml to a perl data structure or vice versa.

SEE ALSO

       TOML

LICENSE

       Copyright (C) karupanerura.

       This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.

AUTHOR

       karupanerura <karupa@cpan.org>

CONTRIBUTOR

       Olivier Mengue <dolmen@cpan.org> yowcow <yowcow@cpan.org> Syohei YOSHIDA
       <syohex@gmail.com>