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Re: Smart way to deal with cmdline Args?

by kevbot (Hermit)
on Dec 10, 2010 at 08:52 UTC ( #876404=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Smart way to deal with cmdline Args?

If you are familiar with Moose then I would recommend taking a look at MooseX::GetOpt. It is great for rapidly creating command-line applications and it has options for dealing with config files.

From the MooseX::GetOpt documentation: If your class also uses a configfile-loading role based on MooseX::ConfigFromFile, such as MooseX::SimpleConfig, MooseX::Getopt's new_with_options will load the configfile specified by the --configfile option (or the default you've given for the configfile attribute) for you.


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