Jul 20, 2023

Perl5 module handling application defaults in Perl

Resources are a way to specify information of interest to program or packages.

Applications use resource files to specify and document the values of quantities or attributes of interest.

Resources can be loaded from or saved to resource files. Methods are provided to search, modify and create resources. Packages use resources to hardwire in their code the default values for their attributes, along with documentation for the attributes themselves.

Packages inherit resources when subclassed, and the resource names are updated dynamically to reflect a class hierarchy.

Methods are provided for interactive resource inspection and editing.

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