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Re: [Bacula-devel] Bacula config generator/parser?
On Sunday 14 September 2008 12:06:17 Stefan Sorin Nicolin wrote:
> >> I am not dealing the Bacula database. I created a frontend for the
> >> Bacula conf files.
> >> I am half way through with the generation of Bacula conf files.
> > OK, fine, but then why did you write? "So far I
> > have the organized the ressources in different database tables and
> > named each db field after the directive. This will ease the
> > generation part as I only have to crawl through the db and fetch
> > the field
> > name and it's value."
> > You *seem* to be taling about the database and crawling trough it ???
> No, I just ment that my tool saves the values I ask the user through
> the web interface to it's own database. When it comes to config file
> generation I have to crawl through my database and fetch the values,
> format them in Bacula syntax an print them in the real Bacula config
Ah, OK, that makes a lot of sense.
> >>> The syntax and semantics of the conf files is described in a good
> >>> amount of
> >>> detail in the manual, so it really should not be necessary to read
> >>> lib/parse_conf.
> >> That's where I hang around a lot lately :)
> >> By the way - good job on keeping the docs updated. Bacula is the best
> >> documented open source project I encounterd so far.
> > Thanks. I wish I could do better, but it is all getting bigger and
> > bigger that
> > it is harder and harder :-)
> I whish I could help with it. When I'll grow up and my English will be
> better - I will :)
Your English is perfectly fine, and far better than my German :-)
> > Kern
> Stefan Sorin Nicolin
> Unix guy, Mac head, Rails wannabe,
> computer science alumnus, usability
> guesspert and overall big time visionary
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