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Configuration File Library

The Configuration File Library (CFL) is a collection of routines for manipulating configuration files. It is a portable library fully written from scratch in pure ANSI C. It is designed to offer C programmers common routines for manipulating configuration text files.

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Recent releases

  •  27 May 2007 16:48

    Release Notes: Packaging changes. No longer enters an infinite loop if there is an empty file.

    •  16 Feb 2005 15:32

      Release Notes: Missing error messages were added. Negative float numbers are now correctly supported.

      •  09 Nov 2004 11:03

        Release Notes: The documentation is now generated by Doxygen as man pages, HTML, and LaTeX. Any version of GDSL can now be used.

        •  04 Jun 2003 12:42

          Release Notes: The output format of cfl_write() is now correct in cfl_init_from_file(h) when h is not empty. Config files with no sections are now supported. In the lexical analyser, identifiers can now contains spaces and '-', arrays are now supported in variables names, comments can start with ';', error handling was added, and XML output was improved.

          •  23 Apr 2003 18:38

            Release Notes: A memory leak has been fixed. Functionality has been added.

            Recent comments

            27 May 2007 22:30 fnevgeny

            More info
            It would help mentioning the dependencies (gdsl). Also, some description of the configuration file format(s).


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