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Lire::Config::ConfigFile - Class for configuration file manipulation.
Object representing a Lire configuration file. new( 'filename' => $file, spec => $config_spec ) Creates a new Lire::Config::ConfigFile object. The constructor takes two parameters: filename The file form where the configuration was stored or was loaded from. spec The Lire::Config::TypeSpec object to which this configuration adheres. filename( [$new_filename] ) Returns (and optionally changes) the filename where this configuration file should be stored. spec() Returns the Lire::Config::TypeSpec object to which this configuration file adheres. global( [ $config] ) Returns or modify the 'global' configuration part of the file. This is an instance Lire::Config::Compound object. save() Saves this ConfigConfigFile object back to the filename from which it was loaded. revert() Reads back the configuration from the file. as_value() Returns this configuration file as an hash reference. Delegates to the global configuration object contained in the file. get( $name ) Returns the configuration parameter $name from this configuration file. Delegates to the global configuration object contained in the file. is_set( $name ) Checks that a configuration parameter is set in this file. Delegates to the global configuration object contained in the file. set( $param ) Sets a configuration variable in the file. Delegates to the global configuration object contained in the file.
Wessel Dankers <firstname.lastname@example.org> Francis J. Lacoste <email@example.com> Wolfgang Sourdeau <firstname.lastname@example.org>
$Id: ConfigFile.pm,v 1.9 2006/07/23 13:16:30 vanbaal Exp $
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