Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf::ParseUser Contributed Perl DocumentaMail::SpamAssassin::Conf::Parser(3)
Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf::Parser - parse SpamAssassin configuration
Mail::SpamAssassin is a module to identify spam using text analysis and several internet-
based realtime blacklists.
This class is used internally by SpamAssassin to parse its configuration files. Please
refer to the "Mail::SpamAssassin" documentation for public interfaces.
STRUCTURE OF A CONFIG BLOCK
This is the structure of a config-setting block. Each is a hashref which may contain
the name of the setting it modifies, e.g. "required_score". this also doubles as the
default for 'command' (below). THIS IS REQUIRED.
The command string used in the config file for this setting. Optional; 'setting' will
be used for the command if this is omitted.
An [aryref] of other aliases for the same command. optional.
The type of this setting:
- $CONF_TYPE_NOARGS: must not have any argument, like "clear_headers"
- $CONF_TYPE_STRING: string
- $CONF_TYPE_NUMERIC: numeric value (float or int)
- $CONF_TYPE_BOOL: boolean (0/no or 1/yes)
- $CONF_TYPE_TEMPLATE: template, like "report"
- $CONF_TYPE_ADDRLIST: list of mail addresses, like "whitelist_from"
- $CONF_TYPE_HASH_KEY_VALUE: hash key/value pair, like "describe" or tflags
- $CONF_TYPE_STRINGLIST list of strings, stored as an array
- $CONF_TYPE_IPADDRLIST list of IP addresses, stored as an array of SA::NetSet
If this is set, and a 'code' block does not already exist, a 'code' block is assigned
based on the type.
In addition, the SpamAssassin test suite will validate that the settings do not 'leak'
Note that $CONF_TYPE_HASH_KEY_VALUE-type settings require that the value be non-empty,
otherwise they'll produce a warning message.
A subroutine to deal with the setting. Only used if type is not set. ONE OF code OR
type IS REQUIRED. The arguments passed to the function are "($self, $key, $value,
$line)", where $key is the setting (*not* the command), $value is the value string,
and $line is the entire line.
There are two special return values that the code subroutine may return to signal that
there is an error in the configuration:
$Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf::MISSING_REQUIRED_VALUE -- this setting requires that a
value be set, but one was not provided.
$Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf::INVALID_VALUE -- this setting requires a value from a set
of 'valid' values, but the user provided an invalid one.
Any other values -- including "undef" -- returned from the subroutine are considered
to mean 'success'.
It is good practice to set a 'type', if possible, describing how your settings are
stored on the Conf object; this allows the SpamAssassin test suite to validate that
the settings do not 'leak' between users.
The default value for the setting. may be omitted if the default value is a non-
scalar type, which should be set in the Conf ctor. note for path types: using
"__userstate__" is recommended for defaults, as it allows Mail::SpamAssassin module
users who set that configuration setting, to receive the correct values.
Set to 1 if this setting requires 'allow_user_rules' when run from spamd.
Set to 1 if this setting can only be set in the system-wide config when run from
spamd. (All settings can be used by local programs run directly by the user.)
Set to 1 if this value occurs frequently in the config. this means it's looked up
first for speed.
perl v5.16.3 2011-06-06 Mail::SpamAssassin::Conf::Parser(3)