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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for apache::testconfig (redhat section 3)

Apache::TestConfig(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				     Apache::TestConfig(3)

NAME
Apache::TestConfig -- Test Configuration setup module
SYNOPSIS
use Apache::TestConfig; my $cfg = Apache::TestConfig->new(%args) my $fh = $cfg->genfile($file); $cfg->writefile($file, $content); $cfg->gendir($dir); ...
DESCRIPTION
"Apache::TestConfig" is used in creating the "Apache::Test" configuration files.
FUNCTIONS
genwarning() my $warn = $cfg->genwarning($filename) genwarning() returns a warning string as a comment, saying that the file was autogenerated and that it's not a good idea to modify this file. After the warning a perl trace of calls to this this function is appended. This trace is useful for finding what code has created the file. genwarning() automatically recognizes the comment type based on the file extension. If the extension is not recognized, the default "#" style is used. Currently it support "<!-- -->", "/* ... */" and "#" styles. genfile() my $fh = $cfg->genfile($file); genfile() creates a new file $file for writing and returns a file handle. A comment with a warning and calls trace is added to the top of this file. See genwarning() for more info about this comment. If parent directories of $file don't exist they will be automagically created. The file $file and any created parent directories (if found empty) will be automatically removed on cleanup. writefile() $cfg->writefile($file, $content, [$nowarning]); writefile() creates a new file $file with the content of $content. A comment with a warning and calls trace is added to the top of this file unless $nowarnings is passed and set to a true value. See genwarning() for more info about this comment. If parent directories of $file don't exist they will be automagically created. The file $file and any created parent directories (if found empty) will be automatically removed on cleanup. write_perlscript() $cfg->write_perlscript($filename, @lines); Similar to writefile() but creates an executable Perl script with correctly set shebang line. gendir() $cfg->gendir($dir); gendir() creates a new directory $dir. If parent directories of $dir don't exist they will be automagically created. The directory $dir and any created parent directories will be automatically removed on cleanup if found empty.
AUTHOR
SEE ALSO
perl(1), Apache::Test(3) perl v5.8.0 2002-09-10 Apache::TestConfig(3)

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