Debug::Fork::Tmux::Config - Configuration system for Debug::Fork::Tmux
This documentation refers to the module contained in the distribution
Debug-Fork-Tmux version 1.000009.
use Debug::Fork::Tmux; my $tmux_fqdn = Debug::Fork::Tmux->config( 'tmux_fqdn' );
This module reads description from environment variables and use defaults if those are not set.
tmux_fqdn can be overridden with
SPUNGE_TMUX_FQDN variable, and so on..
All of the following are static methods:
Retrieves configuration stored in an internal
Str value of the configuration parameter.
Array[Str] names of all the configuration parameters.
Undefined in a configuration: <key>
Dies if no key asked was found in the configuration.
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This software is Copyright (c) 2012 by Peter Vereshagin.
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