Tie::Config - class definitions for tied hashes config file reading River stage zero No dependents

Tied config file reader...

KOZO/Tie-Config-0.04 - 29 Jan 2002 14:43:16 GMT

Config::Frontend::Tie - Ties hashes to Config::Frontend. River stage zero No dependents

The use of this module is obvious. One could look at perltie for more information....

OESTERHOL/Config-Frontend-Tie-0.02 - 12 Apr 2004 19:02:56 GMT

Config::Hierarchical::Tie::ReadOnly - Access Hierarchical configuration container through a read only hash River stage zero No dependents

Creates a read only wrapper around a Config::Hierarchical object. This let's you access the config object as a hash. You can use {} access which makes it easy to use the config in interpolated string. You can also use keys and each on the tied config...

NKH/Config-Hierarchical-0.13.9 - 17 Dec 2008 22:23:09 GMT

Tie::ConfigFile - Tie configuration file to a hash River stage zero No dependents

This module allows you to tie configuration file to a hash. To understand what "tie" means in this context, read perltie. Comments, empty lines and order in configuration file are always preserved. Formatting of a line is preserved unless you modify ...

XENU/Tie-ConfigFile-1.3 - 19 Mar 2016 01:11:40 GMT

Tie::TZ - tied $TZ setting %ENV and calling tzset() River stage one • 2 direct dependents • 2 total dependents

"Tie::TZ" provides a tied $TZ variable which gets and sets the TZ environment variable $ENV{'TZ'}. When it changes %ENV it calls "tzset()" (see POSIX) if available, ensuring the C library notices the change for subsequent "localtime" etc. $TZ = 'GMT'...

KRYDE/Tie-TZ-9 - 08 Feb 2011 00:52:28 GMT

Tie::Sub - Tying a subroutine, function or method to a hash River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 3 total dependents

Subroutines don't have interpreted into strings. The module ties a subroutine to a hash. The subroutine is executed at fetch hash. At long last this is the same, only the notation is shorter. Alternative to " ... ${\ subroutine('abc') } ... " # or " ...

STEFFENW/Tie-Sub-1.001 - 20 Aug 2012 05:37:26 GMT

Tie::Layers - read and write files pipelined through a stack of subroutine layers River stage zero No dependents

The "Tie::Layers" program module contains the tie file handle "Tie::Layers" package. The "Tie::Layers" package provides the ability to insert a stack of subroutines between file subroutines "print" and "realine" and the underlying $file. The syntax o...

SOFTDIA/Tie-Layers-0.06 - 28 May 2004 20:21:29 GMT

Tie::DxHash - keeps insertion order; allows duplicate keys River stage zero No dependents

This module was written to allow the use of rewrite rules in Apache configuration files written with Perl Sections. However, a potential user has stated that he needs it to support the use of multiple ScriptAlias directives within a single Virtual Ho...

KRUSCOE/Tie-DxHash-1.05 - 25 Feb 2009 23:55:34 GMT

Tie::Discovery - Lazily evaluated "discovery" hashes River stage zero No dependents

A *discovery* hash is a hash that's designed to help you solve the data dependency problem. It's based on the principle of least work; some times, you may spend a lot of time in your program finding out paths, filenames, operating system specifics, n...

AUDREYT/Tie-Discovery-1.11 - 28 Jan 2009 00:39:18 GMT

App::RSS2Leafnode::Conf - conf file environment for rss2leafnode River stage zero No dependents

The ~/rss2leafnode.conf file is run in package "App::RSS2Leafnode::Conf". The "fetch_rss()" and "fetch_html()" functions and the config variables operate on an RSS2Leafnode object. See rss2leafnode for overall operation and "CONFIG OPTIONS" in rss2le...

KRYDE/rss2leafnode-79 - 05 Feb 2017 11:24:31 GMT

Docs::Site_SVD::Tie::FormA - Software Version Description (SVD) for the Tie::FormA program module. River stage zero No dependents

SOFTDIA/Tie-FormA-0.02 - 03 Jun 2004 06:27:10 GMT

lib/Tie/Hash.pm River stage five • 9628 direct dependents • 29397 total dependents

This module provides some skeletal methods for hash-tying classes. See perltie for a list of the functions required in order to tie a hash to a package. The basic Tie::Hash package provides a "new" method, as well as methods "TIEHASH", "EXISTS" and "...

SHAY/perl-5.26.1 - 22 Sep 2017 21:30:18 GMT

lib/Tie/Hash.pm River stage five • 9628 direct dependents • 29397 total dependents

This module provides some skeletal methods for hash-tying classes. See perltie for a list of the functions required in order to tie a hash to a package. The basic Tie::Hash package provides a "new" method, as well as methods "TIEHASH", "EXISTS" and "...

XSAWYERX/perl-5.28.0 - 23 Jun 2018 02:05:28 GMT

CGI::MxScreen::Tie::Sinkable - A sinkable tied filehandle River stage zero No dependents

This class is deferred and meant to be used by other "CGI::MxScreen::Tie" classes. It ensures that a "discard_all()" routine is available to forget about any buffered data....

PURDY/CGI-MxScreen-0.103 - 18 Oct 2004 15:16:18 GMT

CGI::MxScreen::Tie::Read_Checked - Global hash key access checking River stage zero No dependents

This class implements the runtime checks to keys from the global persistent hash, made available to all screens via "$self->vars". This behaviour is configured by the $mx_check_vars variable: see CGI::MxScreen::Config....

PURDY/CGI-MxScreen-0.103 - 18 Oct 2004 15:16:18 GMT

CGI::MxScreen::Tie::Buffered_Output - Buferring of screen outputs River stage zero No dependents

This class is used to tie STDOUT from within "CGI::MxScreen", provided the configuration variable $mx_buffer_stdout is *true*: see CGI::MxScreen::Config. The advantages of buffering STDOUT are: * The context indication is emitted before any other scr...

PURDY/CGI-MxScreen-0.103 - 18 Oct 2004 15:16:18 GMT

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