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Re: [Cfengine] Re: cfexecd mail

From: Mark . Burgess
Subject: Re: [Cfengine] Re: cfexecd mail
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2003 12:59:31 +0200 (MEST)

As long as it's rational and nothing breaks, by all means.


On 30 Jul, Andrew Stribblehill wrote:
> Quoting Bas van der Vlies <address@hidden> (2003-07-30 11:06:05 BST):
>> Andrew Stribblehill wrote:
>> >Quoting Bas van der Vlies <address@hidden> (2003-07-30 10:34:53 BST):
>> >>Should we not use the same syntax for turning on/off actions
>> >> cfagent -z sysadm, smptfrom, ....
>> >>
>> >>It is easier to understand which variables we ask and we get back.
>> >>For me it make sense and there is a mechanism to query the cfagent
>> >>variables.
>> >
>> >Yes, that's nicer, I agree. Currently we use ':' as the standard
>> >separator don't we? So would 'cfagent -z foo:bar:baz -z quux -zbongo'
>> >be okay (as a bizarre way) to ask for foo, bar, baz, quux and bongo?
>> >
>> No the separator is ','. From the docs cfagent -j copy,tidy ;-)
>> cfagent -x boo,bar,baz -z quux -zbongo is one bizarre way to ask
>> for some variables.
> Yes, you're right. Even the code agrees with you ;) So Mark, want me
> to code this?

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