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Config::Model::TkUI - Tk GUI to edit config data through Config::Model
use Config::Model::TkUI; # init trace Log::Log4perl->easy_init($WARN); # create configuration instance my $model = Config::Model -> new ; my $inst = $model->instance (root_class_name => 'a_config_class', instance_name => 'test'); my $root = $inst -> config_root ; # Tk part my $mw = MainWindow-> new ; $mw->withdraw ; $mw->ConfigModelUI (-root => $root) ; MainLoop ;
This class provides a GUI for Config::Model.
Left side tree
Click on '+' and '-' boxes to open or close content
Left-click on item to open a viewer widget.
Right-click on any item to open an editor widget
Use Ctrl-C to copy configuration data in an internal buffer
Use Ctrl-V to copy configuration data from the internal buffer to the configuration tree. Beware, there's no "undo" operation.
Before saving your modifications, you can review the change list with the menu entry
File -> show unsaved changes. This list is cleared after performing a
File -> save.
Pasting cut buffer into:
a leaf element will store the content of the buffer into the element.
a list element will split the content of the buffer with /\n/ or /,/ and push the resulting array at the end of the list element.
a hash element will use the content of the cut buffer to create a new key in the hash element.
Ctrl-F or use menu
Edit -> Search to open a search widget at the bottom of the window.
Enter a keyword in the entry widget and click on
The keyword will be searched in the configuration tree, in element name, in element value and in documentation.
The right side of the widget is either a viewer or an editor. When clicking on store in the editor, the new data is stored in the tree represented on the left side of TkUI. The new data will be stored in the configuration file only when
File-save> menu is invoked.
A wizard can be launched either with
File -> Wizard menu entry or with
Run Wizard button.
The wizard will scan the configuration tree and stop on all items flagged as important in the model. It will also stop on all erroneous items (mostly missing mandatory values).
- add tabular view ? - expand the whole tree at once - add plug-in mechanism so that dedicated widget can be used for some config Class (Could be handy for Xorg::ServerLayout)
Dominique Dumont, (ddumont at cpan dot org)
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FEEDBACK and HELP wanted
This project needs feedback from its users. Please send your feedbacks, comments and ideas to :
config-mode-users at lists.sourceforge.net
This projects also needs help to improve its user interfaces:
Look and feel of Perl/Tk interface can be improved
A nicer logo (maybe a penguin with a wrench...) would be welcomed
Config::Model could use a web interface
May be also an interface based on Gtk or Wx for better integration in Desktop
If you want to help, please send a mail to:
config-mode-devel at lists.sourceforge.net
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