Personally I have become a big fan of config::general. Its pretty trim, provides methods for updating the data file on the fly, should be as portable as perl ( im guessing here. ).
use Config::General; my $cfg_file = '/path/to/some/file'; my $cfg_obj = Config::General->new($cfg_file); my $href_config = $cfg_obj->get_all();
You could even set up a signal handler for catching say sig USR1 or USR2. 1 for dumping the current config from memory to the filesystem, and the other for reloading the config from the filesystem.


MMMMM... Chocolaty Perl Goodness.....

In reply to Re: How do you load configuration variables by l2kashe
in thread How do you load configuration variables by lpoht

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