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ClamAV::Config(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				       ClamAV::Config(3pm)

ClamAV::Config - A Perl class providing configuration information for Perl modules related to ClamAV VERSION
use ClamAV::Config; # ClamAV base configuration: ClamAV::Config->config_dir; ClamAV::Config->clamd_config_file; # clamd run-time configuration: ClamAV::Config->clamd_config; ClamAV::Config->clamd_option($option); DESCRIPTION
This class provides configuration information for Perl modules related to the ClamAV virus scanner, e.g. installation specific file system paths and run-time configuration options. ClamAV base configuration The following ClamAV base configuration information is provided as class methods: config_dir The base configuration directory of ClamAV. clamd_config_file The absolute file name of the clamd configuration file. clamd run-time configuration The following clamd run-time configuration information is provided as class methods: clamd_config Returns all clamd run-time configuration options as a hash reference. clamd_option($option) Returns the value of the specified clamd run-time configuration option. SEE ALSO
For AVAILABILITY, SUPPORT, and LICENSE information, see ClamAV::Client. AUTHOR
Julian Mehnle <> perl v5.14.2 2012-01-17 ClamAV::Config(3pm)
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