[Dancer-users] Dancer::Config::load called twice?

Alex C calyx2011 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 20:35:58 CEST 2011

Both load the settings from the config and environment files and
nothing changes if I comment out the second call. Maybe it's so that
settings in the config files will take priority over settings set in
the startup script...

On 28 March 2011 07:50, Geistteufel <geistteufel at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> The first one load the default config file, and the second load the environment config file ?
> Le 25 mars 2011 à 11:15, Alex C a écrit :
>> I was looking through the source files just out of curiosity to see
>> how things work and I have a couple of queries.
>> Dancer::Config->load is called twice, first when Dancer::import is
>> called, then again in Dancer::_start. Why is it necessary to call it
>> the second time?
>> And what is the purpose of these lines in Dancer::Config::load? I
>> think that for a key to be in %$SETTINGS, it's hook must already have
>> been called (via _trigger_hooks). So forcing the hooks to be called
>> again like this seems unnecessary to me.
>> 171     foreach my $key (grep { $setters->{$_} } keys %$SETTINGS) {
>> 172         $setters->{$key}->($key, $SETTINGS->{$key});
>> 173     }
>> Thanks for info and I'm Sorry for poking around in the internals :)
>> Alex
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