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Re: Protecting user changes in developer scripts handled files

>>"Matt" == Matt Zimmerman <mdz@debian.org> writes:

 Matt> It looks like your script creates a separate file with the md5
 Matt> hash for each config file.  This seems messy to me; in my
 Matt> design, I kept all of this data in one file under /var.

	Hmm. I guess one can do that. I may indeed do that when I
 package the script. All it needs is an extra search (grep) step.

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