Padre::Config::Human − Padre configuration storing personal preferences
This class implements the personal preferences of Padre’s users. See Padre::Config for more information on the various types of preferences supported by Padre.
All human settings are stored in a hash as top-level keys (no hierarchy). The hash is then dumped in config.yml, a YAML file in Padre’s preferences directory (see Padre::Config).
my $config = Padre::Config::Human−>create;
Create and return an empty user configuration. (Almost empty, since it will still store the configuration schema revision − see "version").
my $config = Padre::Config::Human−>read;
Load & return the user configuration from the YAML file. Return "undef" in case of failure.
my $revision = $config−>version;
Return the configuration schema revision. Indeed, we might want to have more structured configuration instead of a plain hash later on. Note that this version is stored with the other user preferences at the same level.
(Over−)write user configuration to the YAML file.
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