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       Lire::Test::HashConfig - Braindead Lire::Config implementation


        use base qw/Test::Unit::TestCase/;

        use Lire::Test::HashConfig;

        sub set_up {
            my $self = $_[0];

            $self->{'old_config'} = $Lire::Config::SINGLETON;
            $Lire::Config::SINGLETON = new Lire::Test::HashConfig( {
                                                                    'lr_archive' => undef,
                                                                   } );


       This is a simple module which is meant to be used from the set_up() method in unit tests.
       It can be used to create a 'fake' configuration to provide known values to the module
       under test.

       The new() method takes an hash reference which contains the configuration variable.

       The only methods of the Lire::Config interface implemented are the get() and
       config_spec(). The get() method which will return exactly the values provided in the new()
       method. Trying to get other configuration variables will throw a 'No such configuration
       variable' exception (as if the variable wasn't defined in the schema).

       The config_spec() method will return the object associated with the '_lr_config_spec' key.
       It will throw an exception if this key wasn't set.

       All other Lire::Config methods will throw a 'Unimplemented method' exception.


       Lire::Config(3pm), Test::Unit::TestCase(3pm)


       $Id:,v 1.9 2006/07/23 13:16:31 vanbaal Exp $


       Francis J. Lacoste <>


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