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Module::Build::ConfigDaPerlpProgrammers ReferencModule::Build::ConfigData(3pm)

NAME
       Module::Build::ConfigData - Configuration for Module::Build

SYNOPSIS
         use Module::Build::ConfigData;
         $value = Module::Build::ConfigData->config('foo');
         $value = Module::Build::ConfigData->feature('bar');

         @names = Module::Build::ConfigData->config_names;
         @names = Module::Build::ConfigData->feature_names;

         Module::Build::ConfigData->set_config(foo => $new_value);
         Module::Build::ConfigData->set_feature(bar => $new_value);
         Module::Build::ConfigData->write;  # Save changes

DESCRIPTION
       This module holds the configuration data for the "Module::Build"
       module.  It also provides a programmatic interface for getting or
       setting that configuration data.  Note that in order to actually make
       changes, you'll have to have write access to the
       "Module::Build::ConfigData" module, and you should attempt to
       understand the repercussions of your actions.

METHODS
       config($name)
           Given a string argument, returns the value of the configuration
           item by that name, or "undef" if no such item exists.

       feature($name)
           Given a string argument, returns the value of the feature by that
           name, or "undef" if no such feature exists.

       set_config($name, $value)
           Sets the configuration item with the given name to the given value.
           The value may be any Perl scalar that will serialize correctly
           using "Data::Dumper".  This includes references, objects (usually),
           and complex data structures.  It probably does not include
           transient things like filehandles or sockets.

       set_feature($name, $value)
           Sets the feature with the given name to the given boolean value.
           The value will be converted to 0 or 1 automatically.

       config_names()
           Returns a list of all the names of config items currently defined
           in "Module::Build::ConfigData", or in scalar context the number of
           items.

       feature_names()
           Returns a list of all the names of features currently defined in
           "Module::Build::ConfigData", or in scalar context the number of
           features.

       auto_feature_names()
           Returns a list of all the names of features whose availability is
           dynamically determined, or in scalar context the number of such
           features.  Does not include such features that have later been set
           to a fixed value.

       write()
           Commits any changes from "set_config()" and "set_feature()" to
           disk.  Requires write access to the "Module::Build::ConfigData"
           module.

AUTHOR
       "Module::Build::ConfigData" was automatically created using
       "Module::Build".  "Module::Build" was written by Ken Williams, but he
       holds no authorship claim or copyright claim to the contents of
       "Module::Build::ConfigData".

perl v5.12.1                      2010-04-26    Module::Build::ConfigData(3pm)
 

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