Re: Configuration file parsing in C
- From: "Sebastian \"lunar\" Wiesner" <basti.wiesner@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 12:51:32 +0200
Guillaume Dargaud <use_the_form_on_my_contact_page@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> at
Freitag 13 Juni 2008 17:35:
2 - ini files are strictly Windows-only and discouragedIni files are by far not discouraged on linux, on the contrary, it's a
widely used format. For instance, the configuration of KDE / Qt
applications is almost always stored inside ini files.
I myself like ini-like files for two reasons: They a not far from shell
script and programming languages, which mostly assign values to variables
using the equation sign. It just feels "natural" ;)
Moreover it's a very easy format, for both reading and editing.
Freedom is always the freedom of dissenters.
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