[][src]Crate lazyf

Lazyf

Lazyf is both a file format, and a mechanism for loading configurations. It's primary aim is to allow the user to be as lazy as possible when trying to get user options out of their code.

With lazyf user options come from two places. -Flags and config files. The cfg (config) module combines the lzlist (lazyfile) module and the flag module

The lazyf file format basically looks like this (ignore quotes):

"
Superman:
    power:Flying
    age:29

Batman:
    power:Money
    age:40
";

The simplesy way to get config options is:

use lazyf::{Cfg,SGetter};

let cf = Cfg::load_first("-c",   &["--config-location--"]);
let age = cf.get_t_def(("-bman","Batman.age"),10);
//age == 40

In this config location will be the location specified after the flag -c or the first of the config locations to return a result. if none are found a Cfg is still returned, as flags can still be used.

Re-exports

pub use flag::Fg;
pub use lzlist::LzList;
pub use lzlist::Lz;
pub use cfg::Cfg;
pub use get::SGetter;
pub use lz_err::LzErr;

Modules

brace
cfg
flag

Flag

get

Get - SGetter

lz_err
lzlist