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Config::File - Parse a simple configuration file
Config::File provides an interface to parse simple -although complete
for most needs- configuration files. The syntax of the configuration
file is as follows:
# This is a comment
VALUE_ONE = foo
VALUE_TWO = $VALUE_ONE/bar
VALUE_THREE = The value contains a \# (hash). # This is a comment.
Options can be clustered when creating groups:
CLUSTER_ONE[data] = data cluster one
CLUSTER_ONE[value] = value cluster one
CLUSTER_TWO[data] = data cluster two
CLUSTER_TWO[value] = value cluster two
Then values can be fetched using this syntax:
There can be as many sub-options in a cluster as needed.
BIG_CLUSTER[part1][part2][part3] = data
is fetched by:
There are a couple of restrictions as for the names of the keys. First of all,
all the characters should be alphabetic, numeric, underscores or hyphens, with
square brackets allowed for the clustering. That is, the keys should conform
This means also that no space is allowed in the key part of the line.
CLUSTER_ONE[data] = data cluster one # Right
CLUSTER_ONE[ data ] = data cluster one # Wrong
For further details, please refer to the module's documentation.
Installing this module is like installing any standard Perl module,
This module requires only core modules:
COPYRIGHT AND LICENCE
Development was started by Sebastien J. Gross <firstname.lastname@example.org>, and since
2003 it is maintained by Gunnar Wolf <email@example.com>.
All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute
it and/or modify it under the terms of the GPL v2 (or later, at your
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