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An augeas module for (R)?ex.

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2018-02-01
Rex::Commands::Augeas(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Rex::Commands::Augeas(3pm)

NAME

Rex::Commands::Augeas - An augeas module for (R)?ex

DESCRIPTION

This is a simple module to manipulate configuration files with the help of augeas.

SYNOPSIS

my $k = augeas exists => "/files/etc/hosts/*/ipaddr", "127.0.0.1"; augeas insert => "/files/etc/hosts", label => "01", after => "/7", ipaddr => "192.168.2.23", canonical => "test"; augeas dump => "/files/etc/hosts"; augeas modify => "/files/etc/ssh/sshd_config/PermitRootLogin" => "without-password", on_change => sub { service ssh => "restart"; };

EXPORTED FUNCTIONS

augeas($action, @options) It returns 1 on success and 0 on failure. Actions: modify This modifies the keys given in @options in $file. augeas modify => "/files/etc/hosts/7/ipaddr" => "127.0.0.2", "/files/etc/hosts/7/canonical" => "test01", on_change => sub { say "I changed!" }; remove Remove an entry. augeas remove => "/files/etc/hosts/2", on_change => sub { say "I changed!" }; insert Insert an item into the file. Here, the order of the options is important. If the order is wrong it won't save your changes. augeas insert => "/files/etc/hosts", label => "01", after => "/7", ipaddr => "192.168.2.23", alias => "test02", on_change => sub { say "I changed!" }; dump Dump the contents of a file to STDOUT. augeas dump => "/files/etc/hosts"; exists Check if an item exists. my $exists = augeas exists => "/files/etc/hosts/*/ipaddr" => "127.0.0.1"; if($exists) { say "127.0.0.1 exists!"; } get Returns the value of the given item. my $val = augeas get => "/files/etc/hosts/1/ipaddr";
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