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A simple class based Config mechanism, similar to the one found in Chef

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Mixlib::Config

Mixlib::Config provides a class-based configuration object, like the one used in Chef. To use in your project:

require 'rubygems'
require 'mixlib/config'

class MyConfig
  extend(Mixlib::Config)
  configure do |c|
    c[:first_value] = 'something'
    c[:other_value] = 'something_else'
  end
end

Or…

class MyConfig
  extend(Mixlib::Config)

  first_value 'something'
  other_value 'something_else'
end

To check a configuration variable:

MyConfig.first_value   # returns 'something'
MyConfig[:first_value] # returns 'something'

To change a configuration variable at runtime:

MyConfig.first_value('foobar')    # sets first_value to 'foobar'
MyConfig[:first_value] = 'foobar' # sets first_value to 'foobar'

You should populate your class with the default values for every configuration variable that might be accessed. If you try and access a variable that does not exist, Mixlib::Config will throw an <ArgumentError>.

To load a ruby configuration file (which will evaluate in the context of your configuration class):

MyConfig.from_file('your_config_file.rb')

Enjoy!

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