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config-py 1.1 released

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config-py version 1.1 has been released and is available at SourceForge.

Highlights of the changes are:

1) License changed from GPL to MIT (less restrictive)
2) Settings available as attributes of configuration instances
3) Allow user exact control of when environment keys are utilized
4) Exception class was added
5) Other (backwards compatible) interface and documentation improvements
Module Description
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This python module provides a simple, but extremely flexible and powerful
method of controlling python script execution by use of configuration settings
stored in user configuration files. This module is a more powerful
alternative to the ConfigParser module already available in the standard
Python distribution.

The standard ConfigParser module parses text based user configuration files
and provides access to that information. This module reads python based
configuration files and provides access to the python objects contained
within. In addition, this module supports hierarchical organization of the
settings within the configuration files so that settings may be accessed using
keys specified by the user from the command line or by other means. By use of
python based configuration files, this module provides a simple solution to
most configuration problems but also has the flexibility to solve the most
complex configuration issues.
Other Important Information
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License: MIT

Project Home Page: http://config-py.sourceforge.net/

Download URL: https://sourceforge.net/projects/config-py/

Author/Maintainer: Dan Gass (dm****@hotmail.com)

<P><A HREF="http://config-py.sourceforge.net/">config-py 1.1</A> - Python
based user configuration file accessor module. (13-May-04)
Jul 18 '05 #1
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