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Name ^

Class::Usul::Config - Configuration class with sensible attribute defaults

Synopsis ^

   use Class::Usul::Constants qw( TRUE );
   use Class::Usul::Types     qw( ConfigType HashRef LoadableClass );
   use Moo;

   has 'config'       => is => 'lazy', isa => ConfigType, builder => sub {
      $_[ 0 ]->config_class->new( $_[ 0 ]->_config_attr ) },
      init_arg        => undef;

   has '_config_attr' => is => 'ro',   isa => HashRef, builder => sub { {} },
      init_arg        => 'config';

   has 'config_class' => is => 'ro',   isa => LoadableClass, coerce => TRUE,
      default         => 'Class::Usul::Config';

Description ^

Defines the configuration object. Attributes have sensible defaults that can be overridden by values in configuration files which are loaded on request

Pathnames passed in the "cfgfiles" attribute are loaded and their contents merged with the values passed to the configuration class constructor

Configuration and Environment ^

Defines the following list of attributes;

appclass

Required string. The classname of the application for which this is the configuration class

appldir

Directory. Defaults to the application's install directory

binsdir

Directory. Defaults to the application's bin directory. Prefers "appldir"/bin but defaults to Configs installsitebin attribute

cfgfiles

An array reference of non empty simple strings. The list of configuration files to load when instantiating an instance of the configuration class. Defaults to an empty list

ctlfile

File in the ctrldir directory that contains this programs control data The default filename is comprised of "name" and "extension"

ctrldir

Directory containing the per program configuration files. Prefers var/etc, then "appldir"/etc defaulting to /usr/local/etc

datadir

Directory containing data files used by the application. Prefers var/data but defaults to "tempdir"

encoding

String default to the constant DEFAULT_ENCODING

extension

String defaults to the constant CONFIG_EXTN

home

Directory containing the config file. Defaults to the constant DEFAULT_CONFHOME

l10n_attributes

Hash reference of attributes used to construct a Class::Usul::L10N object. By default contains one key, domains. The filename(s) used to translate messages into different languages

l10n_domains

An array reference which defaults to the constant DEFAULT_L10N_DOMAIN and the applications configuration name. Merged into l10n_attributes as the domains attribute

locale

The locale for language translation of text. Defaults to the constant LANG

localedir

Directory containing the GNU Gettext portable object files used to translate messages into different languages. Prefers var/locale but defaults to either the first existing directory in the list provided by the LOCALE_DIRS constant or failing that "tempdir"

locales

Array reference containing the list of supported locales. The default list contains only the constant LANG

lock_attributes

Hash reference of attributes used to construct an IPC::SRLock object

log_attributes

Hash reference of attributes used to construct a Class::Usul::Log object

logfile

File in the logsdir to which this program will log. Defaults to "name".log

logsdir

Directory containing the application log files. Prefers var/logs but defaults to "tempdir"

name

String. Derived from the "pathname". It is either; the last component of the program name when split on underscores or dashes, or the program name itself if it contains no underscores or dashes

no_thrash

Integer default to 3. Number of seconds to sleep in a polling loop to avoid processor thrash

pathname

File defaults to the absolute path to the PROGRAM_NAME system constant

phase

Integer. Phase number indicates the type of install, e.g. 1 live, 2 test, 3 development

prefix

String. Program prefix. Defaults to the last component of the "appclass" lower cased

root

Directory. Path to the web applications document root. Prefers var/root but defaults to "tempdir"

rundir

Directory. Contains a running programs PID file. Prefers var/run but defaults to "tempdir"

salt

String. This applications salt for passwords as set by the administrators . It is used to perturb the encryption methods. Defaults to the "prefix" attribute value

sessdir

Directory. The session directory. Prefers var/session but defaults to "tempdir"

sharedir

Directory containing assets used by the application. Prefers var/share but defaults to "tempdir"

shell

File. The default shell used to create new OS users. Defaults to the environment variable SHELL. If that is not set tries (in order); /bin/ksh, /bin/bash. which 'sh', and finally defaults to /bin/sh. If the selected file does not exist then the type constraint on the attribute will throw

suid

File. Name of the setuid root program in the "binsdir" directory. Defaults to "prefix"-admin

tempdir

Directory. It is the location of any temporary files created by the application. Prefers var/tmp but defaults to the File::Spec tempdir

vardir

Directory. Contains all of the non program code directories. Prefers var but defaults to "appldir"

Subroutines/Methods ^

BUILDARGS

Loads the configuration files if specified in the cfgfiles attribute. Calls "inflate_symbol" and "inflate_path" as required

inflate_path

Inflates the __symbol( relative_path )__ values to their actual runtime values

inflate_paths

Calls "inflate_path" for each of the matching values in the hash that was passed as argument

inflate_symbol

Inflates the __SYMBOL__ values to their actual runtime values

Diagnostics ^

None

Dependencies ^

Class::Usul::File
Moo

Incompatibilities ^

There are no known incompatibilities in this module

Bugs and Limitations ^

There are no known bugs in this module. Please report problems to the address below. Patches are welcome

Author ^

Peter Flanigan, <pjfl@cpan.org>

License and Copyright ^

Copyright (c) 2016 Peter Flanigan. All rights reserved

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE

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