config-model-edit - Graphical model editor for Config::Model
config-model-edit [options] -model Sshd [ class:Sshd element:Foo ... ] # plugin mode config-model-edit [options] -model Debian::Dpkg -plugin-file dpkg-snippet.pl
config-model-edit will provides a Perl/Tk graphical interface to edit configuration models that will be used by Config::Model.
Config::Model is a general purpose configuration framework based on configuration models (See Config::Model for details).
This configuration model is also expressed as structured data. This structure data is structured and follow a set of rules which are described for humans in Config::Model.
Hence the possibity to verify, modify configuration data provided by Config::Model can also be applied on configuration models using the same user interface as config-edit.
The model editor program is config-model-edit.
config-model-edit will read and write model file from
When you specify a
-model options, only configuration models matching this options will be loaded. I.e.
config-model-edit -model Xorg
will load models
Xorg.pl) and all other
Mandatory option that specifies the configuration model to be edited.
this option can be used to create model plugins. A model plugin is an addendum to an existing model. The resulting file will be saved in a
.d directory besides the original file to be taken into account.
$ config-model-edit -model Debian::Dpkg -plugin-file my-plugin.pl # perform additions to Debian::Dpkg and Debian::Dpkg::Control::Source and save $ find lib -name my-plugin.pl lib/Config/Model/models/Debian/Dpkg.d/my-plugin.pl lib/Config/Model/models/Debian/Dpkg/Control/Source.d/my-plugin.pl
Provides a full stack trace when exiting on error.
Load file even if error are found in data. Bad data are loaded, but should be cleaned up before saving the model. See menu
File -> check in the GUI.
Returns a dot file that represent the stucture of the configuration model.
include are represented by solid lines. Class usage (i.e.
config_class_name parameter) is represented by dashed lines. The name of the element is attached to the dashed line.
Dump configuration content on STDOUT or in the specified with Config::Model syntax.
By default, dump only custom values, i.e. different from application built-in values or model default values. See -dumptype option for other types of dump
Choose to dump every values (full), only preset values or only customized values (default)
Load model from cds file (using Config::Model serialisation format, typically done with -dump option). This option can be used with
-save to directly save a model loaded from the cds file or from STDIN.
Load configuration data in model from YAML file. This option can be used with
-save to directly save a model loaded from the YAML file or from STDIN.
Dump a model in YAML format
Force a save of the model even if no edition was done. This option is useful to migrate a model when Config::Model model feature changes.
Directory where to read and write model
In graphical mode, force the UI to open the node specified. E.g.
-open_item 'class:Fstab::FsLine element:fs_mntopts rules'
All Config::Model logging was moved from klunky debug and verbose prints to Log::Log4perl. Logging can be configured in the following files:
Without these files, the following Log4perl config is used:
log4perl.logger=WARN, Screen log4perl.appender.Screen = Log::Log4perl::Appender::Screen log4perl.appender.Screen.stderr = 0 log4perl.appender.Screen.layout = Log::Log4perl::Layout::PatternLayout log4perl.appender.Screen.layout.ConversionPattern = %d %m %n
Log4Perl categories are shown in "LOGGING" in config-edit
Dominique Dumont, ddumont at cpan dot org