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NAME ^

Nephia::Setup - Base class of setup tool

DESCRIPTION ^

This class is used in setup tool internally.

SYNOPSIS ^

    my $setup = Nephia::Setup->new(
        appname => 'YourApp::Web',
        plugins => ['Normal'],
    );
    $setup->do_task;

ATTRIBUTES ^

appname

Application name. This attribute is required when instantiate.

approot

Application root directory. Default is "./Appname".

plugins

Plugins for using when setup. Default is [] .

deps

Dependencies for application as hashref. Default is following.

    {
        requires => ['Nephia' => 0],
        test => {
            requires => ['Test::More' => 0],
        },
    };

METHODS ^

appname

Returns application name.

approot

Returns application root as array.

deps

Returns dependencies as hashref.

classfile

Returns path for classfile as array.

Example.

    my $setup = Nephia::Setup->new(appname => 'MyApp::Web');
    my @path = $setup->classfile; # ( 'lib', 'MyApp', 'Web.pm' );

action_chain

Returns action chain as Nephia::Chain object.

meta_tmpl

Returns Nephia::MetaTemplate object.

makepath

Create specified directory recursively.

Example.

    my $setup = Nephia::Setup->new(
        appname => 'MyApp::Web'
    );
    $setup->makepath('misc', 'data', 'xml'); # create ./MyApp-Web/misc/data/xml

spew

Create specified file with specified content.

Example.

    my $xmldata = ...; # read some xml data...
    $setup->spew('misc', 'data', 'xml', 'foo.xml', $xmldata); # create ./MyApp-Web/misc/data/xml/foo.xml

process_template

Process file-template.

Example.

    my $setup     = Nephia::Setup->new(appname => 'MyApp::Web');
    my $str       = 'Application name is "{{$self->appname}}"';
    my $processed = $setup->process_template($str); # 'Application name is "MyApp::Web"'

do_task

Run actions in action chain.

diag

Output some message to STDERR.

stop

Output some message to STDERR and exit setup.

cpanfile

Output cpanfile script.

Example.

    my $cpanfile_data = $setup->cpanfile;

assets

Download a file from url and save to specified file.

Example.

    # download somefile-0.1.2.js as ./MyApp-Web/static/js/somefile.js
    $setup->assets(
        'http://example.com/files/somefile-0.1.2.js', 
        qw/static js somefile.js/
    ); 

assets_archive

Download an archive-file from url and extract into specified path.

Example.

    # download somearch-0.1.2.tar.gz and extract into ./MyApp-Web/static/foo/
    $setup->assets_archive(
        'ftp://example.com/files/somearch-0.1.2.tar.gz',
        qw/static foo/
    );

extract_archive

Extract an archive-file into specified path.

Example.

    # extract ./somearch-0.1.2.tar.gz into ./MyApp-Web/static/foo/
    $setup->extract_archive(
        './somearch-0.1.2.tar.gz',
        qw/static foo/
    );

AUTHOR ^

ytnobody <ytnobody@gmail.com>

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