Calling all regressions
brong at fastmail.fm
Thu Mar 12 07:42:34 EDT 2009
On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 02:55:03AM -0700, Carson Gaspar wrote:
> Bron Gondwana wrote:
> > AAA+++ to cyr_conf! I'll write it up :) I think we want it to have the
> > following spec:
> > * cyr_conf - output all configuration variables and their current value
> > * cyr_conf -C $file - as above with the following config file
> > * cyr_conf -n $name - all configuration variables for process $name
> > (eg cyr_conf -n imapd => show imapd overrides where given)
> > * cyr_conf -q - only show variables that are different than default
> > - those three can be mixed and matched
> > * cyr_conf -D - show all the DEFAULT variables. Obviously, ignores all
> > other options!
> Please include one of the most useful options that postconf has
> (postconf -n) - emit only those config key/value pairs that are not set
> to their default values. More often useful in real life than just
> emitting all config key/value pairs.
Yeah, I called that -q. If we make it -n then we'll have to make the
named process config a different character. The spec isn't nailed down
yet, I haven't even written anything!
Bron ( been busy with cache stuff )
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