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Config::Model::Backend::PlainFile(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation		    Config::Model::Backend::PlainFile(3pm)

NAME
Config::Model::Backend::PlainFile - Read and write config as plain file VERSION
version 2.021 SYNOPSIS
use Config::Model; use Log::Log4perl qw(:easy); Log::Log4perl->easy_init($WARN); my $model = Config::Model->new; my $inst = $model->create_config_class( name => "WithPlainFile", element => [ [qw/source new/] => { qw/type leaf value_type uniline/ }, ], read_config => [ { backend => 'plain_file', config_dir => '/tmp', }, ], ); my $inst = $model->instance(root_class_name => 'WithPlainFile' ); my $root = $inst->config_root ; $root->load('source=foo new=yes' ); $inst->write_back ; Now "/tmp" directory will contain 2 files: "source" and "new" with "foo" and "yes" inside. DESCRIPTION
This module is used directly by Config::Model to read or write the content of a configuration tree written in several files. Each element of the node is written in a plain file. This module supports currently only leaf and list elements. In the case of "list" element, each line of the file is a value of the list. Methods read_leaf (obj,elt,check,file,args); Called by read method to read the file of a leaf element. "args" contains the arguments passed to read method. read_hash (obj,elt,check,file,args); Like read_leaf for hash elements. read_list (obj,elt,check,file,args); Like read_leaf for list elements. write ( ) "write()" will write a file for each element of the calling class. Works only for leaf and list elements. Other element type are skipped. Always return 1 (unless it died before). AUTHOR
Dominique Dumont, (ddumont at cpan dot org) SEE ALSO
Config::Model, Config::Model::AutoRead, Config::Model::Backend::Any, perl v5.14.2 2012-11-09 Config::Model::Backend::PlainFile(3pm)

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Config::Model::Backend::ShellVar(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation		     Config::Model::Backend::ShellVar(3pm)

NAME
Config::Model::Backend::ShellVar - Read and write config as a "SHELLVAR" data structure VERSION
version 2.021 SYNOPSIS
use Config::Model; use Log::Log4perl qw(:easy); Log::Log4perl->easy_init($WARN); my $model = Config::Model->new; $model->create_config_class ( name => "MyClass", element => [ [qw/foo bar/] => {qw/type leaf value_type string/} ], read_config => [ { backend => 'ShellVar', config_dir => '/tmp', file => 'foo.conf', auto_create => 1, } ], ); my $inst = $model->instance(root_class_name => 'MyClass' ); my $root = $inst->config_root ; $root->load('foo=FOO1 bar=BAR1' ); $inst->write_back ; File "foo.conf" now contains: ## This file was written by Config::Model ## You may modify the content of this file. Configuration ## modifications will be preserved. Modifications in ## comments may be mangled. ## foo="FOO1" bar="BAR1" DESCRIPTION
This module is used directly by Config::Model to read or write the content of a configuration tree written with "SHELLVAR" syntax in "Config::Model" configuration tree. Note that undefined values are skipped for list element. I.e. if a list element contains "('a',undef,'b')", the data structure will contain 'a','b'. CONSTRUCTOR
new ( node => $node_obj, name => 'shellvar' ) ; Inherited from Config::Model::Backend::Any. The constructor will be called by Config::Model::AutoRead. read ( io_handle => ... ) Of all parameters passed to this read call-back, only "io_handle" is used. This parameter must be IO::File object already opened for read. It can also be undef. In this case, "read()" will return 0. When a file is read, "read()" will return 1. write ( io_handle => ... ) Of all parameters passed to this write call-back, only "io_handle" is used. This parameter must be IO::File object already opened for write. "write()" will return 1. AUTHOR
Dominique Dumont, (ddumont at cpan dot org) SEE ALSO
Config::Model, Config::Model::AutoRead, Config::Model::Backend::Any, perl v5.14.2 2012-11-09 Config::Model::Backend::ShellVar(3pm)
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