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Bigtop::Backend::Conf::General(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Bigtop::Backend::Conf::General(3)
 

Bigtop::Backend::Conf::General - makes Config::General conf files

If your bigtop file includes:
    config {
        Conf General {}
    }
and there are controllers in your app section, this module will generate docs/httpd.conf when you type:
    bigtop app.bigtop Conf
or
    bigtop app.bigtop all
You can then directly Include this conf in your system httpd.conf or in one of its virtual hosts.

This is a Bigtop backend which generates conf files. These have the format of Config::General. While you could use these with Gantry::Conf the Conf Gantry backend provides more directl help for that case.

This module does not register any keywords. See Bigtop::Conf for a list of allowed keywords (think app and controller level 'location' and controller level 'rel_location' statements).

To keep podcoverage tests happy.
backend_block_keywords
Tells tentmaker that I understand these config section backend block keywords:
    no_gen
    template
    
what_do_you_make
Tells tentmaker what this module makes. Summary: app.conf in Config::General format, suitable for use with Gantry::Conf.
gen_Conf
Called by Bigtop::Parser to get me to do my thing.
output_conf
What I call on the various AST packages to do my thing.
setup_template
Called by Bigtop::Parser so the user can substitute an alternate template for the hard coded one here.

Phil Crow <crow.phil@gmail.com>

Copyright (C) 2005 by Phil Crow
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.6 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.
2019-01-02 perl v5.28.1

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