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DNS::Config::File
Abstract class for file representation

DNS::Config::File - Abstract class for file representation



NAME

DNS::Config::File - Abstract class for file representation


SYNOPSIS

use DNS::Config::File;

my $file = new DNS::Config::File( 'type' => 'default', 'file' => $file_name_string );

$file->parse($file_name_string); $file->dump($fie_name_string); $file->debug();

$file->config(new DNS::Config());


ABSTRACT

This class represents an abstract configuration file for a domain name service daemon (DNS).


DESCRIPTION

This class, the file adaptor, knows how to write the information to a file in a daemon specific format.

So far this class is strongly related to the ISCs Bind domain name service daemon but it is inteded to get more generic in upcoming releases. Your help is welcome.


AUTHOR

Copyright (C)2001-2003 Andy Wolf. All rights reserved.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

Please address bug reports and comments to: zonemaster@users.sourceforge.net


SEE ALSO

the DNS::Config manpage, the DNS::Config::Server manpage, the DNS::Config::Statement manpage, the DNS::Config::File::Bind9 manpage

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