Manual Reference Pages - CGI::BUILDER::CONF (3)
CGI::Builder::Conf - Add user editable configuration files to your WebApp
# in the instance script
$webapp = My::WebApp->new( conf_file => /path/to/conf_file.mml )
$webapp = My::WebApp->new( conf_file => [ /path/to/conf_file.mml,
, conf_mml_options => .... )
# optionally in the CBB
My::WebApp->conf_mml_options ( .... ); # IO::Util::load_mml options
This Extension adds another way to pass arguments to the new method: a user editable MML file (see Minimal Markup Language (MML) in IO::Util). This is useful when you want to give to other people (e.g. your client) the possibility to configure their own application instance, but you dont want to give them the possibility to edit and run a potentially unsecure perl script.
You can do so by passing to the new method the full path to a list of conf_file; the mixed structure of their data will be loaded as the default arguments for that instance (see OPTIONS in Class::constr).
<B>Important NoteB>: Please notice that the data contained in the conf_file is tainted however, so treat that with care (e.g. as they were query parameters).
PROPERTY AND GROUP ACCESSORS
This property access and sets the full path to the MML configuration files. You can pass a single path or a list of paths: in that case the data in the next file will override the previous one. You will usually set it with the new() method or by overriding the property.
This is a Class property group accessor, which allows you to define the IO::Util::load_mml options used to load the conf_file. By default it has a true optional option (i.e. it wont croak for missing conf_file), and a TRIM_BLANKS filter.
Deprecated alias for conf_mml_options.
See SUPPORT in CGI::Builder.
AUTHOR and COPYRIGHT
X 2004 by Domizio Demichelis.
All Rights Reserved. This module is free software. It may be used, redistributed and/or modified under the same terms as perl itself.
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