Bugzilla::User::Setting - Object for a user preference setting


Setting.pm creates a setting object, which is a hash containing the user preference information for a single preference for a single user. These are usually accessed through the "settings" object of a user, and not directly.


use Bugzilla::User::Setting; my $settings;

$settings->{$setting_name} = new Bugzilla::User::Setting( $setting_name, $user_id);


$settings->{$setting_name} = new Bugzilla::User::Setting( $setting_name, $user_id, $is_enabled, $default_value, $value, $is_default);


add_setting($name, \@values, $default_value)

Description: Checks for the existence of a setting, and adds it to the database if it does not yet exist.

Params: $name - string - the name of the new setting $values - arrayref - contains the new choices for the new Setting. $default_value - string - the site default

Returns: a pointer to a hash of settings


Description: Provides the user's choices for each setting in the system; if the user has made no choice, uses the site default instead. Params: $user_id - integer - the user id. Returns: a pointer to a hash of settings


Description: When a user is not logged in, they must use the site defaults for every settings; this subroutine provides them. Params: $user_id (optional) - integer - the user id. Note that this optional parameter is mainly for internal use only. Returns: A pointer to a hash of settings. If $user_id was passed, set the user_id value for each setting.

set_default($setting_name, $default_value, $is_enabled)

Description: Sets the global default for a given setting. Also sets whether users are allowed to choose their own value for this setting, or if they must use the global default. Params: $setting_name - string - the name of the setting $default_value - string - the new default value for this setting $is_enabled - boolean - if false, all users must use the global default Returns: nothing



Description: Returns all legal values for this setting Params: none Returns: A reference to an array containing all legal values


Description: Determines whether a value is valid for the setting by checking against the list of legal values. Untaints the parameter if the value is indeed valid, and throws a setting_value_invalid code error if not. Params: An lvalue containing a candidate for a setting value Returns: nothing


Description: If a user chooses to use the global default for a given setting, their saved entry is removed from the database via this subroutine. Params: none Returns: nothing


Description: If a user chooses to use their own value rather than the global value for a given setting, OR changes their value for a given setting, this subroutine is called to insert or update the database as appropriate. Params: $value - string - the new value for this setting for this user. Returns: nothing


Hey! The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below:

Around line 390:

You forgot a '=back' before '=head1'