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Configuration file parser library - runtime files

dot.conf is a simple-to-use and powerful configuration-file parser library written in C. The configuration files created for dot.conf look very similar to those used by the Apache Webserver. Even Container-Directives known from httpd.conf can easily be used in the exact same manner as for Apache-Modules. It supports various types of arguments, dynamically loadable modules that create their own configuration options on-the-fly, a here-documents feature to pass very long ARG_STR data to your app, and on-the-fly inclusion of additional config files.
Package version:1.0.13-3


dotconf (1.0.13-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Correctly make use of realloc, to prevent applications using dotconf from
    crashing randomly, Thanks to Eitan Isaacson <> for the
    patch. (Closes: #546059)

 -- Shane Wegner <>  Thu, 10 Sep 2009 22:46:00 -0700

dotconf (1.0.13-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Upgrade included libtool to 1.5.22-4. (Closes: #306632)



[2003 06 25] [v1.0.13]
    - James Cassidy sent in a little patch to add a 'pkg-config' file
    - Bastian Kleineidam sent in a patch for better support of 64bit architectures

[2003 02 22] [v1.0.12]
    - Joost Remijn of sent in a patch fixing a nasty realloc()

[2002 09 25] [v1.0.11]
	- Preston Smith fixed the compilation for systems where 'char' is
	  handled as 'unsigned


This package was debianized by Shane Wegner <> on
Thu, 20 Jan 2000 23:50:36 -0800.

It was downloaded from

Upstream Author: lukas schr´┐Żder <>


You are free to distribute this software under the terms of the GNU Lesser
General Public License. On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU
Lesser General Public License can be found 

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