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Hiveconf

Hiveconf is a system for storing configuration data in key-value pairs. It works in a manner similiar to the Windows registry and GConf. Configuration data can be retrieved and modified using a simple API, and data is stored using different backends. The default backend uses a text file format that is similiar to smb.conf or Windows .INI files.

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  •  07 Jul 2004 20:58

    Release Notes: The library now supports deletion of folders and parameters. A few bugs have been fixed.

    •  23 Jun 2003 21:39

      Release Notes: A problem with URL handling has been fixed which caused incompatibilities with some Python versions, like Python 2.2.2.

      •  23 Jun 2003 12:35

        Release Notes:

        Recent comments

        08 Jul 2004 23:44 altic

        Re: Linux Registry

        > There is also a similar project called
        > Linux Registry.

        There are a few things I don't like about the Linux Registry project. See my
        mail to the mailing list.

        08 Jul 2004 05:40 aviram

        Linux Registry
        There is also a similar project called Linux Registry.

        07 Jul 2004 12:51 altic

        Re: Example usage
        The URL is
        http://www.cendio.com/files/thinlinc/userguide/html/hiveconf.html.

        07 Jul 2004 12:49 altic

        Example usage
        If you'd like an example of how Hiveconf can be used in a real-world application, take a look at
        the Hiveconf chapter in the ThinLinc UserGuide.

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