Manual Reference Pages - CONFIG::MVP::SEQUENCE (3)
Config::MVP::Sequence - an ordered set of named configuration sections
A Config::MVP::Sequence is an ordered set of configuration sections, each of
which has a name unique within the sequence.
For the most part, you can just consult Config::MVP to understand what this
class is and how its used.
This attribute is true if the sequence has been marked finalized, which will
prevent any changes (via methods like add_section or delete_section). It
can be set with the finalize method.
This method adds the given section to the end of the sequence. If the sequence
already contains a section with the same name as the new section, an exception
will be raised.
my $deleted_section = $sequence->delete_section( $name );
This method removes a section from the sequence and returns the removed
section. If no section existed, the method returns false.
my $section = $sequence->section_named( $name );
This method returns the section with the given name, if one exists in the
sequence. If no such section exists, the method returns false.
my @names = $sequence->section_names;
This method returns a list of the names of the sections, in order.
my @sections = $sequence->sections;
This method returns the section objects, in order.
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