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Manual Reference Pages  -  APP::CLUSTERSSH::CONFIG (3)

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NAME

ClusterSSH::Config - Object representing application configuration

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

DESCRIPTION

Object representing application configuration

METHODS

$host=ClusterSSH::Config->new ({ }) Create a new configuration object.
$config->parse_config_file(’<filename>’); Read in configuration from given filename
$config->validate_args(); Validate and apply all configuration loaded at this point
$path = $config->search_dirs(’<name>’, @seaarch_directories); Search the given directories for the name given. Return undef if not found.
$path = $config->find_binary(’<name>’); Locate the binary <name> and return the full path. Doesn’t just search $PATH in case the environment isn’t set up correctly
$config->load_configs(@extra); Load up configuration from known locations (warn if .csshrc file found) and load in option files as necessary.
$config->write_user_config_file(); Write out default $HOME/.clusterssh/config file (before option config files are loaded).
$config->dump() Write currently defined configuration to STDOUT

AUTHOR

Duncan Ferguson, <duncan_j_ferguson at yahoo.co.uk>

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright 1999-2015 Duncan Ferguson.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.

See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.

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