A grammar-based, user-friendly config parser


Config::Grammar is a module to parse configuration files. The configuration
may consist of multiple-level sections with assignments and tabular data.
The parsed data will be returned as a hash containing the whole
configuration. Config::Grammar uses a grammar that is supplied upon
creation of a Config::Grammar object to parse the configuration file and
return helpful error messages in case of syntax errors. Using the *makepod*
method you can generate documentation of the configuration file format.

The *maketmpl* method can generate a template configuration file. If your
grammar contains regexp matches, the template will not be all that helpful
as Config::Grammar is not smart enough to give you sensible template data
based in regular expressions. The related function *maketmplmin* generates
a minimal configuration template without examples, regexps or comments and
thus allows an experienced user to fill in the configuration data more

Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
Config-Grammar-1.10.tar.gz 0000017877 17.5 KB almost 9 years
perl-Config-Grammar.changes 0000000173 173 Bytes about 8 years
perl-Config-Grammar.spec 0000002724 2.66 KB about 8 years
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