Konfigurator is a small and flexible configuration toolkit, which allow you to configure your apps, classes or modules with DSL-style or Sinatra-like settings.
You can install Konfigurator simply using rubygems:
sudo gem install konfigurator
…or install it from source:
git clone git://github.com/nu7hatch/konfigurator.git cd konfigurator rake install
Konfigurator is very easy to use. Take a look at simple example.
class MyClass do include Konfigurator set :foo, "bar" enable :bar disable :bla configure :production do enable :bla set :spam, "eggs!" end end
Now you can get configured options directly from your class:
MyClass.foo # => "bar" MyClass.bar # => true MyClass.bla # => false
… or when current environment is set to :production:
MyClass.bla # => true MyClass.spam # => "eggs!"
All settings are also available from objects via #settings method:
obj = MyObject.new obj.settings.foo # => "bar" obk.settings.bar # => true
Remember! when option is not set then NoMethodError will be raised after try to get it direcly from class, eg:
MyObject.set :exist MyObject.exist # => true MyObject.not_exist # => will raise NoMethodError
Not there is also possible to use nice-looking DSL syntax provided by Konfigurator::DSL. It allow you to configure your apps/classes such like here:
Foo.configure do host "127.0.0.1" port 8080 password "secret" end
But what's important in this kind of configuration, you have to define all possible options first. You can define configuration attributes easy using #attr_config (or #attr_setting alias).
class Foo include Konfigurator::DSL attr_config :host, :port attr_config :password end
Other use cases behave almost the same as with Konfigurator::Simple:
Foo.host # => "127.0.0.1" Foo.port # => 8080 Foo.env :production Foo.configure :production do host "production.com" port 80 end foo = Foo.new foo.settings.host # => "production.com" foo.settings.port # => 80
You can easily mix Konfigurator with your Rails 3 app. Add this line to your config/application.rb:
… and now you can set your own configuration, eg:
module MyApp class Application < Rails::Application set :foo, "Foo" set :bat, "Bar" enable :foobar # ... end end
Now you can use it in controllers…
class UsersController def index if settings.foobar and settings.foo == "Foo" # ... end end end
… and views…
<h1><%= settings.foo %></h1> <p><%= settings.bar %></p>
Fork the project.
Make your feature addition or bug fix.
Add tests for it. This is important so I don't break it in a future version unintentionally.
Commit, do not mess with rakefile, version, or history. (if you want to have your own version, that is fine but bump version in a commit by itself I can ignore when I pull)
Send me a pull request. Bonus points for topic branches.
Copyright © 2010 Kriss 'nu7hatch' Kowalik. See LICENSE for details.