|Data::Printer::Config(3pm)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||Data::Printer::Config(3pm)|
Data::Printer::Config - Load run-control (.dataprinter) files for Data::Printer
This module is used internally to load ".dataprinter" files.
THE RC FILE¶
# line comments are ok with "#" or ";" ; this is also a full line comment. ; Comments at the end of a line (inline) are not allowed multiline = 0 hash_max = 5 array_max = 5 string_max = 50 # use quotes if you need spaces to be significant: hash_separator = " => " class.show_methods = none class.internals = 0 filters = DB, Web # if you tag a class, those settings will override your basic ones # whenever you call p() inside that class. [MyApp::Some::Class] multiline = 1 show_tainted: 1 class.format_inheritance = lines filters = MyAwesomeDebugFilter [Other::Class] theme = Monokai ; use "begin filter NAME" and "end filter" to add custom filter code. ; it will expose $obj (the data structure to be parsed) and $ddp ; (data printer's object). YOU MAY ONLY DO THIS IF YOUR FILE IS ONLY ; READABLE AND WRITEABLE BY THE USER (i.e. chmod 0600). begin filter HTTP::Request return $ddp->maybe_colorize($obj->method . ' ' . $obj->uri, 'string') . $obj->decoded_content; end filter
This module is not meant for public use. However, because Data::Printer changed the format of the configuration file, we provide the following public function for people to use:
convert( $filename )¶
perl -MDDP -E 'say Data::Printer::Config::convert( q(/path/to/my/.dataprinter) )'
Loads a deprecated (pre-1.0) configuration file and returns a string with a (hopefully) converted version, which you can use for newer (post-1.0) versions.
Other public functions, not really meant for general consumption, are:
- "load_rc_file( $filename )" - loads a configuration file and returns the associated data structure. If no filename is provided, looks for ".dataprinter".