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NAME

Config::Model::ListId - Handle list element for configuration model

VERSION

version 2.121

SYNOPSIS

See "SYNOPSIS" in Config::Model::AnyId

DESCRIPTION

This class provides list elements for a Config::Model::Node.

CONSTRUCTOR

ListId object should not be created directly.

List model declaration

See model declaration section from Config::Model::AnyId.

Methods

get_type

Returns list.

fetch_size

Returns the number of elements of the list.

load(string, [ check => 'no' ] )

Store a set of values passed as a comma separated list of values. Values can be quoted strings. (i.e "a,a",b yields ('a,a', 'b') list).

check can be yes, no or skip

store_set( ... )

Store a set of values (passed as list)

If tinkering with check is required, use the following way :

 store_set ( \@v , check => 'skip' );

move ( from_index, to_index, [ check => 'no' )

Move an element within the list. check can be 'yes' 'no' 'skip'

push( value1, [ value2 ... ] )

push some values at the end of the list.

push_x ( values => [ v1','v2', ...] , ... )

Like push with extended options. Options are:

check

Check value validaty. Either yes (default), no, skip

values

Values to push (array_ref)

value

Single value to push

annotation

unshift( value1, [ value2 ... ] )

unshift some values at the end of the list.

insert_at( idx, value1, [ value2 ... ] )

unshift some values at index idx in the list.

insert_before( ( val | qr/stuff/ ) , value1, [ value2 ... ] )

unshift some values before value equal to val or before value matching stuff.

insort( value1, [ value2 ... ] )

Insert zz value on xxx list so that existing alphanumeric order is preserved. insort yields unpexpected results when called on an unsorted list.

store

Equivalent to push_x. This method is provided to help write configuration parser, so the call is the same when dealing with leaf or list values. Prefer push_x when practical.

check

yes, no or skip

annotation

list ref of annotation to store with the list values

Example:

 $elt->push_x (
    values => [ 'v1','v2' ] ,
    annotation => [ 'v1 comment', 'v2 comment' ],
    check => 'skip'
 );

sort()

Sort the content of the list. Can only be called on list of leaf.

swap ( ida , idb )

Swap 2 elements within the array

remove ( idx )

Remove an element from the list. Equivalent to splice @list,$idx,1

load_data ( data => ( ref | scalar ) [, check => ... ] [ , split_reg => $re ] )

Clear and load list from data contained in the data array ref. If a scalar or a hash ref is passed, the list is cleared and the data is stored in the first element of the list. If split_reg is specified, the scalar is split to load the array.

For instance

   $elt->load_data( data => 'foo,bar', split_reg => qr(,) ) ;

loads [ 'foo','bar'] in $elt

sort_algorithm

Returns a sub used to sort the list elements. See "sort" in perlfunc. Used only for list of leaves. This method can be overridden to alter sort order.

AUTHOR

Dominique Dumont, (ddumont at cpan dot org)

SEE ALSO

Config::Model::Model, Config::Model::Instance, Config::Model::AnyId, Config::Model::HashId, Config::Model::Value

AUTHOR

Dominique Dumont

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is Copyright (c) 2005-2018 by Dominique Dumont.

This is free software, licensed under:

  The GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 2.1, February 1999