Ubic::Credentials - base class for OS-specific credential methods
$creds = Ubic::Credentials->new(user => "mmcleric", group => ["ppb"]); $creds = Ubic::Credentials->new(); # current credentials $creds = Ubic::Credentials->new(service => $service); # credentials from the given service $creds->set_effective; # change effective credentials only, enables tainted mode $creds->reset_effective; # back to normality $creds->eq(Ubic::Credentials->new); # check if set() call is required to apply the credentials $creds->set; # apply all credentials; there is no way back
- new(service => $service)
- new(user => $user, group => $group)
It constructs credentials with current user and group if no parameters are specified, takes user and group from given service if service parameter is specified or uses any user and group which you pass directly to it.
Set credentials user and group as effective user and group.
Restore effective user and group to their original values.
Compare current creds with other creds object.
Returns true value if credentials are equivalent.
Set credentials as effective and real group and user permanently.
Returns human-readable string representation.
Vyacheslav Matyukhin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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