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Mon Jul 31 14:03:51 PDT 2000
begin Paul J Collins quotation:
> WindowMaker keeps its metadata in NeXTstep-style proplists, which
> provide a nice combination of flexibility and structure; far more
> than a key-value database system. There's always XML, of course.
Goddammit, why do people keep saying that XML is a good configuration
file format? Just because it's ASCII doesn't mean it's
human-readable! I mean, just look at termcap!
You wanna know what XML config files will look like? Go to
http://netscape.com and VIEW SOURCE.
Hell, I'd pick the samba INI files before I'd go with XML.
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