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Tagging categories for configuration options

One part of my GSoC project this year is to enable tagging of configuration options so they can be tagged to carry additional information for example by what they've been set, e.g. by a configuration file or via ntpq.

In order to make it as useable as possible, please comment on what tag/category you'd like to have.

Categories we came up with:

  • default
  • configfile
  • ntpq

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-- JohannesMaximilianKuehn - 29 Jun 2009

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