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App::Packager - Abstraction for Packagers
App::Packager provides an abstract interface to a number of common packagers, trying to catch as much common behaviour as possible.
The main purpose is to have uniform access to application specific resources.
Supported packagers are PAR::Packer, Cava::Packager and unpackaged. In the latter case, resources are looked up in @PATH, and the name of the application package must be passed to the first
use of App::Packager.
use App::Packager qw(:name My::App); print "My packager is: ", App::Packager::Packager(), "\n"; print getresource("README.txt");
By default, function
getresource is exported. It can be exported under a different name by providing an alternative name as follows:
use App::Packager( ':rsc' => '...alternative name...' );
Returns the name of the actual packager, or
App Packager if unpackaged.
Returns the version of the packager.
Returns true if the application was packaged.
Note that it is usually easier, and safer, to use $App::Packager::PACKAGED for testing since that will work even if App::Packager is not available.
Returns the path name of the application resources directory.
Returns the file name of the application resource.
Returns the file name of the user specific resource.
<JV at CPAN dot org>
Development of this module takes place on GitHub: https://github.com/sciurius/perl-App-Packager.
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
Please report any bugs or feature requests using the issue tracker on GitHub.
This module was inspired by Mark Dootson's Cava packager.
Copyright 2017,2018 Johan Vromans, all rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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