Search results for "module:Config::Generator"

Config::Generator - shared variables for the Config::Generator modules River stage zero No dependents

This module contains all the global variables used by the Config::Generator modules. %Config the configuration data $HomeDir the directory where the "cfg", "lib" and "tpl" sub-directories may be located @IncPath the include path to use when looking f...

LCONS/Config-Generator-1.1 - 15 Oct 2021 07:09:58 UTC

Config::Generator::Config - Config::Generator configuration support River stage zero No dependents

This module eases the manipulation of the high-level configuration data....

LCONS/Config-Generator-1.1 - 15 Oct 2021 07:09:58 UTC

Config::Generator::XML - Config::Generator XML support River stage zero No dependents

This module eases XML content generation by providing several functions to generate XML abstractions (xml_blank(), xml_comment(), xml_element(), xml_parse() and xml_wrap()) and one function to convert these abstractions into strings (xml_string()). N...

LCONS/Config-Generator-1.1 - 15 Oct 2021 07:09:58 UTC

Config::Generator::Hook - Config::Generator hook support River stage zero No dependents

This module eases the manipulation of the hooks (i.e. code references) that are used internally by the yacg command. The "check" hooks are executed (in module dependency order) after the high level configuration has been read (and partially validated...

LCONS/Config-Generator-1.1 - 15 Oct 2021 07:09:58 UTC

Config::Generator::Util - miscellaneous utilities for Config::Generator River stage zero No dependents

This module provides miscellaneous utilities for Config::Generator....

LCONS/Config-Generator-1.1 - 15 Oct 2021 07:09:58 UTC

Config::Generator::File - Config::Generator file support River stage zero No dependents

This module eases the manipulation of files, directories and symbolic links. The goal is to perform all the file related operations through this module so that there is a consistent handling of the Config::Generator variables: $NoAction, $RootDir and...

LCONS/Config-Generator-1.1 - 15 Oct 2021 07:09:58 UTC

Config::Generator::Random - Config::Generator pseudo-random support River stage zero No dependents

This module eases the generation of pseudo-random "data". The goal is to be able to generate random but reproducible data, for instance to smear times in crontabs. The initial seed usually comes from a file named "random.bin" that can be created with...

LCONS/Config-Generator-1.1 - 15 Oct 2021 07:09:58 UTC

Config::Generator::Schema - Config::Generator schema support River stage zero No dependents

This module eases the manipulation of schemas used to validate the configuration data....

LCONS/Config-Generator-1.1 - 15 Oct 2021 07:09:58 UTC

Config::Generator::Crontab - Config::Generator crontab support River stage zero No dependents

This module eases the generation of crontabs. A crontab is represented by a hash with one optional special key ("mailto" representing who should receive the cron reports) and the other keys for the cron entries themselves. For instance: $cron{mailto}...

LCONS/Config-Generator-1.1 - 15 Oct 2021 07:09:58 UTC

Config::Generator::Template - Config::Generator template support River stage zero No dependents

This module eases configuration file generation by providing template support. A template is a file with markup. Given a high-level configuration, the template can be processed and transformed into a low-level configuration file....

LCONS/Config-Generator-1.1 - 15 Oct 2021 07:09:58 UTC

Net::DHCP::Config::Utilities::Generator::ISC_DHCPD - Generates a config for ISC DHCPD from the supplied subnets. River stage zero No dependents

VVELOX/Net-DHCP-Config-Utilities-0.2.0 - 04 May 2020 12:01:37 UTC

Rsync::Config - rsync configuration generator River stage zero No dependents

Rsync::Config is a module who can be used to create rsync configuration files. A configuration file (from Rsync::Config point of view) is made by atoms and modules with atoms. A atom is the smallest piece from the configuration file. This module inhe...

DIABLO/Rsync-Config-0.3.1 - 16 Jan 2007 12:16:11 UTC

Perl6::Perldoc::Parser - Parse Perl 6's documentation mark-up language River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 3 total dependents

This module parses text marked up with the Perl 6 Pod notation and converts it to a hierarchical object-based representation....

DCONWAY/Perl6-Perldoc-0.000013 - 28 Oct 2014 20:32:41 UTC

Config::TinyDNS - Manipulate tinydns' data file River stage zero No dependents

Tinydns, the DNS server in Dan Bernstein's djbdns package, uses a simple line-based format instead of a zone file. The format was designed to be easy for machines to parse, so it sometimes requires rather a lot of repetition. This module provides fun...

BMORROW/Config-TinyDNS-1 - 01 Jan 2011 13:39:01 UTC

Config::XMLPerl - Configuration files based in XML, where Perl data codes as XML values are enabled. River stage zero No dependents

This module enable the use of normal XML files as configuration files, but also enable Perl data codes as definition of values. The XML also don't need to be well formatted, soo you can write by hand a wild XML file and use it normally....

GMPASSOS/Config-XMLPerl-0.01 - 16 Jan 2004 02:01:17 UTC

Config::AutoConf - A module to implement some of AutoConf macros in pure perl. River stage three • 19 direct dependents • 123 total dependents

Config::AutoConf is intended to provide the same opportunities to Perl developers as GNU Autoconf <http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf/> does for Shell developers. As Perl is the second most deployed language (mind: every Unix comes with Perl, sever...

AMBS/Config-AutoConf-0.320 - 25 Jun 2021 08:54:10 UTC

Config::Irssi::Lexer - Yapp-compatible lexical analyzer for irssi-style config files. River stage zero No dependents

This is a lexical analyzer for Config::Irssi::Parser. Well, actually, it has a function which returns a newly-created anonymous subroutine that is the actual lexer (which behaves like a generator)....

DHARDISON/Config-Irssi-Parser-0.0.4 - 20 Sep 2004 03:29:59 UTC
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