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Mojolicious::Plugin::YamlConfig(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Mojolicious::Plugin::YamlConfig(3)
 

Mojolicious::Plugin::YamlConfig - YAML Configuration Plugin

    # myapp.yaml
    --
    foo: "bar"
    music_dir: "<%= app->home->rel_dir('music') %>"
    # Mojolicious
    $self->plugin('yaml_config');
    # Mojolicious::Lite
    plugin 'yaml_config';
    # Reads myapp.yaml by default and puts the parsed version into the stash
    my $config = $self->stash('config');
    # Everything can be customized with options
    plugin yaml_config => {
        file      => '/etc/myapp.conf',
        stash_key => 'conf',
        class     => 'YAML::XS'
    };

Look at Mojolicious::Plugin::JSONConfig and replace "JSONConfig" with "yaml_config" and you should be fine. :)

YAML::Tiny is the default parser. It doesn't even try to implement the full YAML spec. Currently you can use YAML::XS, YAML::Old and YAML via the "class" option to parse the data with a more advanced YAML parser.

Danijel Tasov <data@cpan.org>

Mojolicious, Mojolicious::Plugin::JSONConfig, Mojolicious::Guides
2015-10-29 perl v5.28.1

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