Fernando Correa de Oliveira > App-Rad-Plugin-ValuePriority-0.02 > App::Rad::Plugin::ValuePriority

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NAME ^

App::Rad::Plugin::ValuePriority - A Plugin to make it easy to get value from all acessors.

VERSION ^

Version 0.02

Snippet ^

    use App::Rad qw/ValuePriority/;

    sub command_1 {
       my $c = shift;
    
       $c->stash->{value_1}         = "Test 01";
       $c->default_value->{value_2} = "Test 02";
    
       return join " --- ", $c->value->{value_1}, $c->value->{value_2}, $c->value->{value_3};
       # It will print Test 01 --- Test 02 ---
       # but if you call program like this:
       # ./my_app.pl command_1 --value_2="Option 02" --value_3="Option 03"
       # it will print:
       # Test 01 --- Option 02 --- Option 03
    }
    
    sub command_2 {
       my $c = shift;
    
       $c->stash->{value_1}         = "Test 01";
       $c->default_value->{value_2} = "Test 02";
    
       $c->to_stash;
    
       return join " --- ", $c->stash->{value_1}, $c->stash->{value_2}, $c->stash->{value_3};
       # It will print Test 01 --- Test 02 ---                             
       # but if you call program like this:                                
       # ./my_app.pl command_2 --value_2="Option 02" --value_3="Option 03"
       # it will print:
       # Test 01 --- Option 02 --- Option 03                               
    }

Methods ^

$c->load()

Internal func

$c->default_value()

It is a acessor. You use it to set and get some key/value pairs.

$c->set_priority()

It receives a ordered list of what should receive priority. The options are: options, config, stash, default_value And that is the default order.

$c->get_priority()

As the name says, it return the priority order. As a arrayref

$c->to_stash()

it populate the $c->stash with the values obeying the setted order.

$c->value()

Return the value obeying the setted order.

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