The keeper library provides a simple-to-use C interface for reading and writing configuration data. The data is stored in text files in a hierarchical system. The concept is not dissimilar to that of the Windows registry, but the interface is much cleaner. The library comes with both a command line program and a GUI program for examining and modifying the keeper database.
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Release Notes: This release is well tested, and there will not be any more changes in the C interface until a new major version. gkeeper (a GTK-based front-end for the keeper database) is now usable, keeper can now store private data, and bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: This is a beta release before version 1.0. Major changes include faster operation, global and host local configurations in addition to the per user configuration, and some utility functions added to the interface.
Release Notes: First release. It has been well tested on various Linux distributions and other Unices.