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Package ini provides INI file read and write functionality in Go.

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Feature

  • Load multiple data sources([]byte or file) with overwrites.
  • Read with recursion values.
  • Read with parent-child sections.
  • Read with auto-increment key names.
  • Read with multiple-line values.
  • Read with tons of helper methods.
  • Read and convert values to Go types.
  • Read and WRITE comments of sections and keys.
  • Manipulate sections, keys and comments with ease.
  • Keep sections and keys in order as you parse and save.

Installation

To use a tagged revision:

go get gopkg.in/ini.v1

To use with latest changes:

go get github.com/go-ini/ini
Testing

If you want to test on your machine, please apply -t flag:

go get -t gopkg.in/ini.v1

Getting Started

Loading from data sources

A Data Source is either raw data in type []byte or a file name with type string and you can load as many as data sources you want. Passing other types will simply return an error.

cfg, err := ini.Load([]byte("raw data"), "filename")

Or start with an empty object:

cfg := ini.Empty()

When you cannot decide how many data sources to load at the beginning, you still able to Append() them later.

err := cfg.Append("other file", []byte("other raw data"))
Working with sections

To get a section, you would need to:

section, err := cfg.GetSection("section name")

For a shortcut for default section, just give an empty string as name:

section, err := cfg.GetSection("")

When you're pretty sure the section exists, following code could make your life easier:

section := cfg.Section("")

What happens when the section somehow does not exist? Don't panic, it automatically creates and returns a new section to you.

To create a new section:

err := cfg.NewSection("new section")

To get a list of sections or section names:

sections := cfg.Sections()
names := cfg.SectionStrings()
Working with keys

To get a key under a section:

key, err := cfg.Section("").GetKey("key name")

Same rule applies to key operations:

key := cfg.Section("").Key("key name")

To check if a key exists:

yes := cfg.Section("").HasKey("key name")

To create a new key:

err := cfg.Section("").NewKey("name", "value")

To get a list of keys or key names:

keys := cfg.Section("").Keys()
names := cfg.Section("").KeyStrings()

To get a clone hash of keys and corresponding values:

hash := cfg.GetSection("").KeysHash()
Working with values

To get a string value:

val := cfg.Section("").Key("key name").String()

To validate key value on the fly:

val := cfg.Section("").Key("key name").Validate(func(in string) string {
	if len(in) == 0 {
		return "default"
	}
	return in
})

If you do not want any auto-transformation (such as recursive read) for the values, you can get raw value directly (this way you get much better performance):

val := cfg.Section("").Key("key name").Value()

To check if raw value exists:

yes := cfg.Section("").HasValue("test value")

To get value with types:

// For boolean values:
// true when value is: 1, t, T, TRUE, true, True, YES, yes, Yes, y, ON, on, On
// false when value is: 0, f, F, FALSE, false, False, NO, no, No, n, OFF, off, Off
v, err = cfg.Section("").Key("BOOL").Bool()
v, err = cfg.Section("").Key("FLOAT64").Float64()
v, err = cfg.Section("").Key("INT").Int()
v, err = cfg.Section("").Key("INT64").Int64()
v, err = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT").Uint()
v, err = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT64").Uint64()
v, err = cfg.Section("").Key("TIME").TimeFormat(time.RFC3339)
v, err = cfg.Section("").Key("TIME").Time() // RFC3339

v = cfg.Section("").Key("BOOL").MustBool()
v = cfg.Section("").Key("FLOAT64").MustFloat64()
v = cfg.Section("").Key("INT").MustInt()
v = cfg.Section("").Key("INT64").MustInt64()
v = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT").MustUint()
v = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT64").MustUint64()
v = cfg.Section("").Key("TIME").MustTimeFormat(time.RFC3339)
v = cfg.Section("").Key("TIME").MustTime() // RFC3339

// Methods start with Must also accept one argument for default value
// when key not found or fail to parse value to given type.
// Except method MustString, which you have to pass a default value.

v = cfg.Section("").Key("String").MustString("default")
v = cfg.Section("").Key("BOOL").MustBool(true)
v = cfg.Section("").Key("FLOAT64").MustFloat64(1.25)
v = cfg.Section("").Key("INT").MustInt(10)
v = cfg.Section("").Key("INT64").MustInt64(99)
v = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT").MustUint(3)
v = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT64").MustUint64(6)
v = cfg.Section("").Key("TIME").MustTimeFormat(time.RFC3339, time.Now())
v = cfg.Section("").Key("TIME").MustTime(time.Now()) // RFC3339

What if my value is three-line long?

[advance]
ADDRESS = """404 road,
NotFound, State, 5000
Earth"""

Not a problem!

cfg.Section("advance").Key("ADDRESS").String()

/* --- start ---
404 road,
NotFound, State, 5000
Earth
------  end  --- */

That's cool, how about continuation lines?

[advance]
two_lines = how about \
	continuation lines?
lots_of_lines = 1 \
	2 \
	3 \
	4

Piece of cake!

cfg.Section("advance").Key("two_lines").String() // how about continuation lines?
cfg.Section("advance").Key("lots_of_lines").String() // 1 2 3 4

Note that single quotes around values will be stripped:

foo = "some value" // foo: some value
bar = 'some value' // bar: some value

That's all? Hmm, no.

Helper methods of working with values

To get value with given candidates:

v = cfg.Section("").Key("STRING").In("default", []string{"str", "arr", "types"})
v = cfg.Section("").Key("FLOAT64").InFloat64(1.1, []float64{1.25, 2.5, 3.75})
v = cfg.Section("").Key("INT").InInt(5, []int{10, 20, 30})
v = cfg.Section("").Key("INT64").InInt64(10, []int64{10, 20, 30})
v = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT").InUint(4, []int{3, 6, 9})
v = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT64").InUint64(8, []int64{3, 6, 9})
v = cfg.Section("").Key("TIME").InTimeFormat(time.RFC3339, time.Now(), []time.Time{time1, time2, time3})
v = cfg.Section("").Key("TIME").InTime(time.Now(), []time.Time{time1, time2, time3}) // RFC3339

Default value will be presented if value of key is not in candidates you given, and default value does not need be one of candidates.

To validate value in a given range:

vals = cfg.Section("").Key("FLOAT64").RangeFloat64(0.0, 1.1, 2.2)
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("INT").RangeInt(0, 10, 20)
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("INT64").RangeInt64(0, 10, 20)
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT").RangeUint(0, 3, 9)
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT64").RangeUint64(0, 3, 9)
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("TIME").RangeTimeFormat(time.RFC3339, time.Now(), minTime, maxTime)
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("TIME").RangeTime(time.Now(), minTime, maxTime) // RFC3339

To auto-split value into slice:

vals = cfg.Section("").Key("STRINGS").Strings(",")
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("FLOAT64S").Float64s(",")
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("INTS").Ints(",")
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("INT64S").Int64s(",")
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("UINTS").Uints(",")
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("UINT64S").Uint64s(",")
vals = cfg.Section("").Key("TIMES").Times(",")
Save your configuration

Finally, it's time to save your configuration to somewhere.

A typical way to save configuration is writing it to a file:

// ...
err = cfg.SaveTo("my.ini")
err = cfg.SaveToIndent("my.ini", "\t")

Another way to save is writing to a io.Writer interface:

// ...
cfg.WriteTo(writer)
cfg.WriteToIndent(writer, "\t")

Advanced Usage

Recursive Values

For all value of keys, there is a special syntax %(<name>)s, where <name> is the key name in same section or default section, and %(<name>)s will be replaced by corresponding value(empty string if key not found). You can use this syntax at most 99 level of recursions.

NAME = ini

[author]
NAME = Unknwon
GITHUB = https://github.com/%(NAME)s

[package]
FULL_NAME = github.com/go-ini/%(NAME)s
cfg.Section("author").Key("GITHUB").String()		// https://github.com/Unknwon
cfg.Section("package").Key("FULL_NAME").String()	// github.com/go-ini/ini
Parent-child Sections

You can use . in section name to indicate parent-child relationship between two or more sections. If the key not found in the child section, library will try again on its parent section until there is no parent section.

NAME = ini
VERSION = v1
IMPORT_PATH = gopkg.in/%(NAME)s.%(VERSION)s

[package]
CLONE_URL = https://%(IMPORT_PATH)s

[package.sub]
cfg.Section("package.sub").Key("CLONE_URL").String()	// https://gopkg.in/ini.v1
Auto-increment Key Names

If key name is - in data source, then it would be seen as special syntax for auto-increment key name start from 1, and every section is independent on counter.

[features]
-: Support read/write comments of keys and sections
-: Support auto-increment of key names
-: Support load multiple files to overwrite key values
cfg.Section("features").KeyStrings()	// []{"#1", "#2", "#3"}
Map To Struct

Want more objective way to play with INI? Cool.

Name = Unknwon
age = 21
Male = true
Born = 1993-01-01T20:17:05Z

[Note]
Content = Hi is a good man!
Cities = HangZhou, Boston
type Note struct {
	Content string
	Cities  []string
}

type Person struct {
	Name string
	Age  int `ini:"age"`
	Male bool
	Born time.Time
	Note
	Created time.Time `ini:"-"`
}

func main() {
	cfg, err := ini.Load("path/to/ini")
	// ...
	p := new(Person)
	err = cfg.MapTo(p)
	// ...

	// Things can be simpler.
	err = ini.MapTo(p, "path/to/ini")
	// ...

	// Just map a section? Fine.
	n := new(Note)
	err = cfg.Section("Note").MapTo(n)
	// ...
}

Can I have default value for field? Absolutely.

Assign it before you map to struct. It will keep the value as it is if the key is not presented or got wrong type.

// ...
p := &Person{
	Name: "Joe",
}
// ...

It's really cool, but what's the point if you can't give me my file back from struct?

Reflect From Struct

Why not?

type Embeded struct {
	Dates  []time.Time `delim:"|"`
	Places []string
	None   []int
}

type Author struct {
	Name      string `ini:"NAME"`
	Male      bool
	Age       int
	GPA       float64
	NeverMind string `ini:"-"`
	*Embeded
}

func main() {
	a := &Author{"Unknwon", true, 21, 2.8, "",
		&Embeded{
			[]time.Time{time.Now(), time.Now()},
			[]string{"HangZhou", "Boston"},
			[]int{},
		}}
	cfg := ini.Empty()
	err = ini.ReflectFrom(cfg, a)
	// ...
}

So, what do I get?

NAME = Unknwon
Male = true
Age = 21
GPA = 2.8

[Embeded]
Dates = 2015-08-07T22:14:22+08:00|2015-08-07T22:14:22+08:00
Places = HangZhou,Boston
None =
Name Mapper

To save your time and make your code cleaner, this library supports NameMapper between struct field and actual section and key name.

There are 2 built-in name mappers:

  • AllCapsUnderscore: it converts to format ALL_CAPS_UNDERSCORE then match section or key.
  • TitleUnderscore: it converts to format title_underscore then match section or key.

To use them:

type Info struct {
	PackageName string
}

func main() {
	err = ini.MapToWithMapper(&Info{}, ini.TitleUnderscore, []byte("package_name=ini"))
	// ...

	cfg, err := ini.Load([]byte("PACKAGE_NAME=ini"))
	// ...
	info := new(Info)
	cfg.NameMapper = ini.AllCapsUnderscore
	err = cfg.MapTo(info)
	// ...
}

Same rules of name mapper apply to ini.ReflectFromWithMapper function.

Other Notes On Map/Reflect

Any embedded struct is treated as a section by default, and there is no automatic parent-child relations in map/reflect feature:

type Child struct {
	Age string
}

type Parent struct {
	Name string
	Child
}

type Config struct {
	City string
	Parent
}

Example configuration:

City = Boston

[Parent]
Name = Unknwon

[Child]
Age = 21

What if, yes, I'm paranoid, I want embedded struct to be in the same section. Well, all roads lead to Rome.

type Child struct {
	Age string
}

type Parent struct {
	Name string
	Child `ini:"Parent"`
}

type Config struct {
	City string
	Parent
}

Example configuration:

City = Boston

[Parent]
Name = Unknwon
Age = 21

Getting Help

FAQs

What does BlockMode field do?

By default, library lets you read and write values so we need a locker to make sure your data is safe. But in cases that you are very sure about only reading data through the library, you can set cfg.BlockMode = false to speed up read operations about 50-70% faster.

Why another INI library?

Many people are using my another INI library goconfig, so the reason for this one is I would like to make more Go style code. Also when you set cfg.BlockMode = false, this one is about 10-30% faster.

To make those changes I have to confirm API broken, so it's safer to keep it in another place and start using gopkg.in to version my package at this time.(PS: shorter import path)

License

This project is under Apache v2 License. See the LICENSE file for the full license text.

Documentation

Overview

Package ini provides INI file read and write functionality in Go.

Index

Constants

View Source
const (
	DEFAULT_SECTION = "DEFAULT"
)

Variables

View Source
var (
	LineBreak = "\n"

	// Write spaces around "=" to look better.
	PrettyFormat = true
)

Functions

func MapTo

func MapTo(v, source interface{}, others ...interface{}) error

MapTo maps data sources to given struct.

func MapToWithMapper

func MapToWithMapper(v interface{}, mapper NameMapper, source interface{}, others ...interface{}) error

MapTo maps data sources to given struct with name mapper.

func ReflectFrom

func ReflectFrom(cfg *File, v interface{}) error

ReflectFrom reflects data sources from given struct.

func ReflectFromWithMapper

func ReflectFromWithMapper(cfg *File, v interface{}, mapper NameMapper) error

ReflectFrom reflects data sources from given struct with name mapper.

func Version

func Version() string

Types

type File

type File struct {
	// Should make things safe, but sometimes doesn't matter.
	BlockMode bool

	NameMapper
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

File represents a combination of a or more INI file(s) in memory.

func Empty

func Empty() *File

Empty returns an empty file object.

func Load

func Load(source interface{}, others ...interface{}) (_ *File, err error)

Load loads and parses from INI data sources. Arguments can be mixed of file name with string type, or raw data in []byte.

func (*File) Append

func (f *File) Append(source interface{}, others ...interface{}) error

Append appends one or more data sources and reloads automatically.

func (*File) DeleteSection

func (f *File) DeleteSection(name string)

DeleteSection deletes a section.

func (*File) GetSection

func (f *File) GetSection(name string) (*Section, error)

GetSection returns section by given name.

func (*File) MapTo

func (f *File) MapTo(v interface{}) error

MapTo maps file to given struct.

func (*File) NewSection

func (f *File) NewSection(name string) (*Section, error)

NewSection creates a new section.

func (*File) NewSections

func (f *File) NewSections(names ...string) (err error)

NewSections creates a list of sections.

func (*File) ReflectFrom

func (f *File) ReflectFrom(v interface{}) error

ReflectFrom reflects file from given struct.

func (*File) Reload

func (f *File) Reload() (err error)

Reload reloads and parses all data sources.

func (*File) SaveTo

func (f *File) SaveTo(filename string) error

SaveTo writes content to file system.

func (*File) SaveToIndent

func (f *File) SaveToIndent(filename, indent string) error

SaveToIndent writes content to file system with given value indention.

func (*File) Section

func (f *File) Section(name string) *Section

Section assumes named section exists and returns a zero-value when not.

func (*File) SectionStrings

func (f *File) SectionStrings() []string

SectionStrings returns list of section names.

func (*File) Sections

func (f *File) Sections() []*Section

Section returns list of Section.

func (*File) WriteTo

func (f *File) WriteTo(w io.Writer) (int64, error)

WriteTo writes file content into io.Writer.

func (*File) WriteToIndent

func (f *File) WriteToIndent(w io.Writer, indent string) (n int64, err error)

WriteToIndent writes file content into io.Writer with given value indention.

type Key

type Key struct {
	Comment string
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Key represents a key under a section.

func (*Key) Bool

func (k *Key) Bool() (bool, error)

Bool returns bool type value.

func (*Key) Duration

func (k *Key) Duration() (time.Duration, error)

Duration returns time.Duration type value.

func (*Key) Float64

func (k *Key) Float64() (float64, error)

Float64 returns float64 type value.

func (*Key) Float64s

func (k *Key) Float64s(delim string) []float64

Float64s returns list of float64 divided by given delimiter.

func (*Key) In

func (k *Key) In(defaultVal string, candidates []string) string

In always returns value without error, it returns default value if error occurs or doesn't fit into candidates.

func (*Key) InFloat64

func (k *Key) InFloat64(defaultVal float64, candidates []float64) float64

InFloat64 always returns value without error, it returns default value if error occurs or doesn't fit into candidates.

func (*Key) InInt

func (k *Key) InInt(defaultVal int, candidates []int) int

InInt always returns value without error, it returns default value if error occurs or doesn't fit into candidates.

func (*Key) InInt64

func (k *Key) InInt64(defaultVal int64, candidates []int64) int64

InInt64 always returns value without error, it returns default value if error occurs or doesn't fit into candidates.

func (*Key) InTime

func (k *Key) InTime(defaultVal time.Time, candidates []time.Time) time.Time

InTime always parses with RFC3339 format and returns value without error, it returns default value if error occurs or doesn't fit into candidates.

func (*Key) InTimeFormat

func (k *Key) InTimeFormat(format string, defaultVal time.Time, candidates []time.Time) time.Time

InTimeFormat always parses with given format and returns value without error, it returns default value if error occurs or doesn't fit into candidates.

func (*Key) InUint

func (k *Key) InUint(defaultVal uint, candidates []uint) uint

InUint always returns value without error, it returns default value if error occurs or doesn't fit into candidates.

func (*Key) InUint64

func (k *Key) InUint64(defaultVal uint64, candidates []uint64) uint64

InUint64 always returns value without error, it returns default value if error occurs or doesn't fit into candidates.

func (*Key) Int

func (k *Key) Int() (int, error)

Int returns int type value.

func (*Key) Int64

func (k *Key) Int64() (int64, error)

Int64 returns int64 type value.

func (*Key) Int64s

func (k *Key) Int64s(delim string) []int64

Int64s returns list of int64 divided by given delimiter.

func (*Key) Ints

func (k *Key) Ints(delim string) []int

Ints returns list of int divided by given delimiter.

func (*Key) MustBool

func (k *Key) MustBool(defaultVal ...bool) bool

MustBool always returns value without error, it returns false if error occurs.

func (*Key) MustDuration

func (k *Key) MustDuration(defaultVal ...time.Duration) time.Duration

MustDuration always returns value without error, it returns zero value if error occurs.

func (*Key) MustFloat64

func (k *Key) MustFloat64(defaultVal ...float64) float64

MustFloat64 always returns value without error, it returns 0.0 if error occurs.

func (*Key) MustInt

func (k *Key) MustInt(defaultVal ...int) int

MustInt always returns value without error, it returns 0 if error occurs.

func (*Key) MustInt64

func (k *Key) MustInt64(defaultVal ...int64) int64

MustInt64 always returns value without error, it returns 0 if error occurs.

func (*Key) MustString

func (k *Key) MustString(defaultVal string) string

MustString returns default value if key value is empty.

func (*Key) MustTime

func (k *Key) MustTime(defaultVal ...time.Time) time.Time

MustTime always parses with RFC3339 format and returns value without error, it returns zero value if error occurs.

func (*Key) MustTimeFormat

func (k *Key) MustTimeFormat(format string, defaultVal ...time.Time) time.Time

MustTimeFormat always parses with given format and returns value without error, it returns zero value if error occurs.

func (*Key) MustUint

func (k *Key) MustUint(defaultVal ...uint) uint

MustUint always returns value without error, it returns 0 if error occurs.

func (*Key) MustUint64

func (k *Key) MustUint64(defaultVal ...uint64) uint64

MustUint64 always returns value without error, it returns 0 if error occurs.

func (*Key) Name

func (k *Key) Name() string

Name returns name of key.

func (*Key) RangeFloat64

func (k *Key) RangeFloat64(defaultVal, min, max float64) float64

RangeFloat64 checks if value is in given range inclusively, and returns default value if it's not.

func (*Key) RangeInt

func (k *Key) RangeInt(defaultVal, min, max int) int

RangeInt checks if value is in given range inclusively, and returns default value if it's not.

func (*Key) RangeInt64

func (k *Key) RangeInt64(defaultVal, min, max int64) int64

RangeInt64 checks if value is in given range inclusively, and returns default value if it's not.

func (*Key) RangeTime

func (k *Key) RangeTime(defaultVal, min, max time.Time) time.Time

RangeTime checks if value with RFC3339 format is in given range inclusively, and returns default value if it's not.

func (*Key) RangeTimeFormat

func (k *Key) RangeTimeFormat(format string, defaultVal, min, max time.Time) time.Time

RangeTimeFormat checks if value with given format is in given range inclusively, and returns default value if it's not.

func (*Key) SetValue

func (k *Key) SetValue(v string)

SetValue changes key value.

func (*Key) String

func (k *Key) String() string

String returns string representation of value.

func (*Key) Strings

func (k *Key) Strings(delim string) []string

Strings returns list of string divided by given delimiter.

func (*Key) Time

func (k *Key) Time() (time.Time, error)

Time parses with RFC3339 format and returns time.Time type value.

func (*Key) TimeFormat

func (k *Key) TimeFormat(format string) (time.Time, error)

TimeFormat parses with given format and returns time.Time type value.

func (*Key) Times

func (k *Key) Times(delim string) []time.Time

Times parses with RFC3339 format and returns list of time.Time divided by given delimiter.

func (*Key) TimesFormat

func (k *Key) TimesFormat(format, delim string) []time.Time

TimesFormat parses with given format and returns list of time.Time divided by given delimiter.

func (*Key) Uint

func (k *Key) Uint() (uint, error)

Uint returns uint type valued.

func (*Key) Uint64

func (k *Key) Uint64() (uint64, error)

Uint64 returns uint64 type value.

func (*Key) Uint64s

func (k *Key) Uint64s(delim string) []uint64

Uint64s returns list of uint64 divided by given delimiter.

func (*Key) Uints

func (k *Key) Uints(delim string) []uint

Uints returns list of uint divided by given delimiter.

func (*Key) Validate

func (k *Key) Validate(fn func(string) string) string

Validate accepts a validate function which can return modifed result as key value.

func (*Key) Value

func (k *Key) Value() string

Value returns raw value of key for performance purpose.

type NameMapper

type NameMapper func(string) string

NameMapper represents a ini tag name mapper.

var (
	// AllCapsUnderscore converts to format ALL_CAPS_UNDERSCORE.
	AllCapsUnderscore NameMapper = func(raw string) string {
		newstr := make([]rune, 0, len(raw))
		for i, chr := range raw {
			if isUpper := 'A' <= chr && chr <= 'Z'; isUpper {
				if i > 0 {
					newstr = append(newstr, '_')
				}
			}
			newstr = append(newstr, unicode.ToUpper(chr))
		}
		return string(newstr)
	}
	// TitleUnderscore converts to format title_underscore.
	TitleUnderscore NameMapper = func(raw string) string {
		newstr := make([]rune, 0, len(raw))
		for i, chr := range raw {
			if isUpper := 'A' <= chr && chr <= 'Z'; isUpper {
				if i > 0 {
					newstr = append(newstr, '_')
				}
				chr -= ('A' - 'a')
			}
			newstr = append(newstr, chr)
		}
		return string(newstr)
	}
)

Built-in name getters.

type Section

type Section struct {
	Comment string
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Section represents a config section.

func (*Section) DeleteKey

func (s *Section) DeleteKey(name string)

DeleteKey deletes a key from section.

func (*Section) GetKey

func (s *Section) GetKey(name string) (*Key, error)

GetKey returns key in section by given name.

func (*Section) HasKey

func (s *Section) HasKey(name string) bool

HasKey returns true if section contains a key with given name.

func (*Section) HasValue

func (s *Section) HasValue(value string) bool

HasValue returns true if section contains given raw value.

func (*Section) Haskey

func (s *Section) Haskey(name string) bool

Haskey is a backwards-compatible name for HasKey.

func (*Section) Key

func (s *Section) Key(name string) *Key

Key assumes named Key exists in section and returns a zero-value when not.

func (*Section) KeyStrings

func (s *Section) KeyStrings() []string

KeyStrings returns list of key names of section.

func (*Section) Keys

func (s *Section) Keys() []*Key

Keys returns list of keys of section.

func (*Section) KeysHash

func (s *Section) KeysHash() map[string]string

KeysHash returns keys hash consisting of names and values.

func (*Section) MapTo

func (s *Section) MapTo(v interface{}) error

MapTo maps section to given struct.

func (*Section) Name

func (s *Section) Name() string

Name returns name of Section.

func (*Section) NewKey

func (s *Section) NewKey(name, val string) (*Key, error)

NewKey creates a new key to given section.

func (*Section) ReflectFrom

func (s *Section) ReflectFrom(v interface{}) error

ReflectFrom reflects secion from given struct.

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