multivalue-property package-oriented configuration module
MVP is a mechanism for loading configuration (or other information) for libraries. It doesn't read a file or a database. It's a helper for things that do.
The idea is that you end up with a Config::MVP::Sequence object, and that you can use that object to fully configure your library or application. The sequence will contain a bunch of Config::MVP::Section objects, each of which is meant to provide configuration for a part of your program. Most of these sections will be directly related to a Perl library that you'll use as a plugin or helper. Each section will have a name, and every name in the sequence will be unique.
20 March 2013
License: Artistic or GPL-1+
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