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The Fish

The Fish provides a GTK-based graphical tool to manage and edit FreeBSD system variables stored in /etc/defaults/rc.conf and /etc/rc.conf. For testing purposes, or, for users that need to have different configurations, the program honours two environment variables: FISH_RC_DEFAULTS and FISH_RC.

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  •  18 Dec 2007 14:32

    Release Notes: A small bug in the GTK about dialog was fixed. The Qt build was fixed.

    •  13 Mar 2005 15:45

      Release Notes: The frontend code now receives an RC_CONF struct instead of two RC_NODEs. Two illegal memory writes detected by valgrind were fixed. Parts of the code were edited to conform to FreeBSD's code style guide. The GTK+ interface makes use of some GTK 2.6+ features if that version of the library is present. The man page was updated.

      •  12 Feb 2005 23:39

        Release Notes: The duplicated file I/O code has been moved to its own file. The ncurses code has been cleaned up.

        •  05 Dec 2004 23:09

          Release Notes: It's now possible to sort entries by name, value, and status. Some parts of the GTK+ interface code were rewritten.

          •  17 Nov 2004 18:15

            Release Notes: The parser has been updated to take new rc.conf variables into account. A typo in the scons script has been fixed. All the code has been cleaned.

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