Cultured Perl: Application Configuration With Perl
This article shows how the AppConfig module can handle local configuration storage. It examines advanced features of the AppConfig module: validation, autoaction, modifying hash and array variables, and "radio button"-style mutually exclusive options. The author discusses advanced file-based configuration for Perl programs using the CPAN AppConfig module. You can refer to the previous article, Application configuration with Perl, Part 1 as a resources, since this article uses code from the first article without explaining the details.
(Submitted by Koki Thu Aug 1, 2002 )
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