Config::Model::CursesUI - Curses interface to edit config data
use Config::Model ; use Config::Model::CursesUI ; my $model = Config::Model -> new ; my $inst = $model->instance (root_class_name => 'XXX', instance_name => 'yyy'); # create dialog my $dialog = Config::Model::CursesUI-> new ( experience => 'beginner', # or 'advanced' ) ; # start never returns $dialog->start($model) ;
IMPORTANT: Once the CursesUI object is created, STDOUT and STDERR are managed by the Curses interface, so all print and warn will not work as expected.
The constructor accepts the following parameters:
Specifies the experience level of the user (default:
beginner). The experience can be
master advanced beginner.
Subroutine ref containing the code to load the configuration data from the configuration files. This may overrides loading mechanism specified in the model with Config::Model::AutoRead. This sub is called without any arguments.
Subroutine ref containing the code to store the configuration data in the configuration files. This may overrides writing mechanism specified in the model with Config::Model::AutoRead. This sub is called without any arguments.
Dominique Dumont, (ddumont at cpan dot org)
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