On Tue, 2003-11-11 at 12:56, email@example.com wrote: > What do people think of exim4-config? It splits the exim config file > into parts and when exim4 is (re)started a new config file is built from > all the parts, tested that it's valid and then exim4 is started with the > new config. > > The file that is written is stripped of comments. I guess that's good > as it's a smaller config file for exim to process, but then it's missing > comments. But the generated file (/var/lib/exim4/config.autogenerated) > is not for human consumption. update-exim4.conf --keepcomments Personally I love the stuff Andreas Metzler has done with the config. Makes it TONS more managable. Might I even suggest that Philip Hazel (Exim's author) adopt it... or include at least a way to do that. If you were to look through the script you see some other options as well. > ## Parse commandline > TEMP=$(getopt -n update-exim4.conf \ > -l keepcomments,removecomments,output:,help,verbose -- \ > +o:vh "$@") removecomments is if you change: > UPEX4C_comments=no > UPEX4C_comments=yes Have fun! -- greg, firstname.lastname@example.org REMEMBER ED CURRY! http://www.iwethey.org/ed_curry The expanse of your intelligence is a void no universe could ever fill.
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