The type of the data. Fundamental types are string, int, float and
bool. Lists are handled by passing an arrayref as the payload of the value
Pairs are handled by using the special type pair, and passing, in place of the value key, the car and the cdr keys, each containing an hashref representing a GConfValue:
This is needed since pairs might have different types; lists, instead, are of the same type.
|<B>valueB>||The payload, containing the value of type type. It is used only for fundamental types (scalars or lists).|
|<B>carB>, <B>cdrB>||Special keys, that must be used only when working with the pair type.|
Gnome2::GConf(3pm), Gnome2::GConf::Entry(3pm), Gnome2::GConf::Schema(3pm), Gnome2::GConf::ChangeSet(3pm).
integer = CW$value_a->compare ($value_b)
Since: gconf 2.13
o $value_b (value)
string = CW$value->to_string
Copyright (C) 2003-2006 by the gtk2-perl team.
This software is licensed under the LGPL. See Gnome2::GConf for a full notice.
|perl v5.20.3||GNOME2::GCONF::VALUE (3)||2016-04-05|