Roman F.

NAME

Project::Environment - Set and detect project environment via .environment file.

VERSION

version v1.2.0

SYNOPSIS

Add a .environment file into the root of your project:

  .
  |-- .environment (<-- add this)
  |-- .git
  |-- lib
      |-- MyApp
      |  |-- Environment.pm
      |-- MyApp.pm

Define a subclass for your application:

 package MyApp::Environment;

 use Moose;
 extends 'Project::Environment';

 1;

Now, somewhere inside your application code:

 my $env = MyApp::Environment->instance->project_environment; ## or ->env

DESCRIPTION

This module provides a way to determine the environment an application is running in (e.g. development, production, testing, etc.).

Mainly the environment is detected from .environment file in the project root.

You can also set the environment via %ENV.

Most of the functionality defined and documented in Project::Environment::Role.

This consumer class provides 2 things:

singularity

This isn't exactly a singleton. And all of the magic is provided by MooseX::Role::Flyweight.

In short, all you have to do is call instance constructor instead of new and you get only one instance of the object and the result of the figuring out the environment is cached.

stringification

An instance of Project::Environment will stringify into the environment name properly. This is useful if you were to store the instance of the Project::Environment object in an attribute, rather than the string name of the environment.

 has environment => (
     is      => 'ro',
     default => sub { MyApp::Environment->instance },
 );

Somewhere else in the application code:

 if ($self->environment eq 'production') {
     ## do not break
 } else {
     ## break everything
 }

AUTHOR

Roman F. <romanf@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Roman F..

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.