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Re: XML as a standard UNIX config file format

On Fri, Apr 23, 1999 at 14:57 -0000, Robert Woodcock wrote:
> Robin Stephenson wrote:
> >The disadvantage, of course, is that *every* program would have to be
> >ported to use XML as its config file format.
> This is a disadvantage? I say let's dig in :)
> UNIX *badly* needs a common config file format, and we might as well start
> now.

Could someone give me some pointers to info about using XML for config
files? I would also appreciate it if someone could point to a good XML
tutorial, and what (if any) packages would be useful.

	Dave (too lazy and cheap to trawl the web)

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