config_resolver 3.2.1

A small package to automatically find a configuration file
config_resolver is a very simple and small utility to provide a way to search for configuration files. For now it is only tested on posix systems, but it should also work on Windows.

For posix systems it will search for config files in the following order:

- A file named in the environment variable < APP_NAME >_CONFIG
- The current active working directory (of the running process)
- ~/.< group_name >/< app_name >/< conf_name >
- /etc/< group_name >/< app_name >/< conf_name >

The complete search path can be overwritten by setting the environment variable < APP_NAME >_PATH, separating the different paths by either : (posix) or ; (windows).

Note: This is a small piece of code which I ended up copy/pasting over and over from project to project. I decided to refactor it out into a separate project to facilitate updates. It's something I use for myself. If you find it useful for yourself, feel free to use it!

last updated on:
September 3rd, 2012, 22:04 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
github.com
license type:
LGPL (GNU Lesser General Public License) 
developed by:
Michel Albert
category:
ROOT \ Utilities
config_resolver
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