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Pg/Priv version 0.13 ==================== This module parses PostgreSQL ACL arrays and represents the underlying privileges as objects. Use accessors on the objects to see what privileges are granted by whom and to whom. PostgreSQL ACLs are arrays of strings. Each string represents a single set of privileges granted by one role to another role. ACLs look something like this: my $acl = [ 'miriam=arwdDxt/miriam', '=r/miriam', 'admin=arw/miriam', ]; The format of the privileges are interpreted thus (borrowed from the [PostgreSQL Documentation](http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/sql-grant.html#SQL-GRANT-NOTES)): rolename=xxxx -- privileges granted to a role =xxxx -- privileges granted to PUBLIC r -- SELECT ("read") w -- UPDATE ("write") a -- INSERT ("append") d -- DELETE D -- TRUNCATE x -- REFERENCES t -- TRIGGER X -- EXECUTE U -- USAGE C -- CREATE c -- CONNECT T -- TEMPORARY arwdDxt -- ALL PRIVILEGES (for tables, varies for other objects) * -- grant option for preceding privilege /yyyy -- role that granted this privilege Pg::Priv uses these rules (plus a few other gotchas here and there) to parse these privileges into objects. The above three privileges in the ACL array would thus be returned by `parse_acl()` as three Pg::Priv objects that you could then interrogate. INSTALLATION To install this module, type the following: perl Build.PL ./Build ./Build test ./Build install Dependencies ------------ Pg::Prive requires no non-core Perl modules. Copyright and Licence --------------------- Copyright (c) 2009 Etsy, Inc. and David. E. Wheeler. Some Rights Reserved. This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.