package Class::Usul;

use 5.010001;
use namespace::autoclean;
use version; our $VERSION = qv( sprintf '0.84.%d', q$Rev: 1 $ =~ /\d+/gmx );

use Class::Usul::Constants  qw( FALSE TRUE );
use Class::Usul::Functions  qw( data_dumper ns_environment );
use Class::Usul::Types      qw( Bool ConfigProvider HashRef
                                Localiser LoadableClass Locker Logger );
use Moo;

# Attribute constructors
my $_build_debug = sub {
   return !!ns_environment( $_[ 0 ]->config->appclass, 'debug' ) ? TRUE : FALSE;

# Public attributes
has 'config'       => is => 'lazy', isa => ConfigProvider,
   builder         => sub { $_[ 0 ]->config_class->new( $_[ 0 ]->_config_attr)},
   init_arg        => undef;

has '_config_attr' => is => 'ro',   isa => HashRef, builder => sub { {} },
   init_arg        => 'config';

has 'config_class' => is => 'ro',   isa => LoadableClass, coerce => TRUE,
   default         => 'Class::Usul::Config';

has 'debug'        => is => 'lazy', isa => Bool, builder => $_build_debug;

has 'l10n'         => is => 'lazy', isa => Localiser,
   builder         => sub { $_[ 0 ]->l10n_class->new( builder => $_[ 0 ] ) },
   handles         => [ 'loc', 'localize' ];

has 'l10n_class'   => is => 'lazy', isa => LoadableClass, coerce => TRUE,
   default         => 'Class::Usul::L10N';

has 'lock'         => is => 'lazy', isa => Locker,
   builder         => sub { $_[ 0 ]->lock_class->new( builder => $_[ 0 ] ) };

has 'lock_class'   => is => 'lazy', isa => LoadableClass, coerce => TRUE,
   default         => 'IPC::SRLock';

has 'log'          => is => 'lazy', isa => Logger,
   builder         => sub { $_[ 0 ]->log_class->new( builder => $_[ 0 ] ) };

has 'log_class'    => is => 'lazy', isa => LoadableClass, coerce => TRUE,
   default         => 'Class::Usul::Log';

# Public methods
sub dumper { # Damm handy for development
   my $self = shift; return data_dumper( @_ );




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=head1 Name

Class::Usul - A base class providing config, locking, logging, and l10n

=head1 Version

Describes Class::Usul version v0.84.$Rev: 1 $

=head1 Synopsis

   use Class::Usul;
   use Class::Usul::Constants qw( FALSE );
   use Class::Usul::Functions qw( find_apphome get_cfgfiles );

   my $attr = { config => {} }; my $conf = $attr->{config};

   $conf->{appclass    } or  die "Application class not specified";
   $attr->{config_class} //= $conf->{appclass}.'::Config';
   $conf->{home        }   = find_apphome $conf->{appclass};
   $conf->{cfgfiles    }   = get_cfgfiles $conf->{appclass}, $conf->{home};

   return Class::Usul->new( $attr );

=head1 Description

These modules provide a set of base classes for Perl modules and
applications. It provides configuration file loading
L<Class::Usul::Config>, locking to single thread processes
L<IPC::SRLock>, logging L<Class::Usul::Log> and localisation

The class L<Class::Usul::Programs> is a base class for command line interfaces

Interprocess communication is handled by L<Class::Usul::IPC>

L<Class::Usul::File> makes the functionality of L<File::DataClass> available

=head1 Configuration and Environment

Defines the following attributes;

=over 3

=item C<config>

The C<config> attribute should be a hash reference that may define key / value
pairs that provide filesystem paths for the temporary directory etc.

=item C<config_class>

Defaults to L<Class::Usul::Config> and is of type C<LoadableClass>. An
instance of this class is loaded and instantiated using the hash reference
in the C<config> attribute. It provides accessor methods with symbol
inflation and smart defaults. Add configuration attributes by
subclassing this class

=item C<debug>

A boolean which defaults to false. Usually an instance of this class is passed
into the constructors of other classes which set their own debug state to this

=item C<l10n>

A lazily evaluated instance of the C<l10n_class>. This object reference is a
L<Localiser|Class::Usul::Types/Localiser> which handles the C<localize> method

=item C<l10n_class>

A lazy loadable class which defaults to L<Class::Usul::L10N>

=item C<lock>

A lazily evaluated instance of the C<lock_class>. This object reference is a

=item C<lock_class>

A lazy loadable class which defaults to L<IPC::SRLock>

=item C<log>

A lazily evaluated instance of the C<log_class>. This object reference is a

=item C<log_class>

A lazy loadable class which defaults to L<Class::Usul::Log>


=head1 Subroutines/Methods

=head2 C<dumper>

   $self->dumper( $some_var );

Use L<Data::Printer> to dump arguments for development purposes

=head1 Diagnostics

Setting the I<debug> attribute to true causes messages to be logged at the
debug level

=head1 Dependencies

=over 3

=item L<Class::Usul::Config>

=item L<Class::Usul::Constants>

=item L<Class::Usul::Functions>

=item L<Class::Usul::L10N>

=item L<Class::Usul::Log>

=item L<Class::Usul::Types>

=item L<IPC::SRLock>

=item L<Moo>


=head1 Incompatibilities

There are no known incompatibilities in this module

=head1 Bugs and Limitations

There are no known bugs in this module. Please report problems to Patches are

=head1 Author

Peter Flanigan, C<< <> >>

=head1 Acknowledgements

Larry Wall - For the Perl programming language

=head1 License and Copyright

Copyright (c) 2018 Peter Flanigan. All rights reserved

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the same terms as Perl itself. See L<perlartistic>

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of


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