[Bug 518517] Re: Add the equivalent of postconf(1)
david.soto at web.de
Tue Jan 22 18:25:50 CET 2013
I would like to work on this. I was wondering whether it would be a good
approach to return the results as I'll explain below and to pass the
section and key names to the command by the use of options:
/bin/mailconf -s section -k key
Both options would be optional. If you don't specify a key you would get a list of all the keys and their values of a given section and, if you don't specify a section, you would get a list of all the keys and values matching the given key name.
If both options are provided, it would just print the value and if only one of the two is provided, it would return the "full path" of the keys, as suggested by Barry (http://mail.python.org/pipermail/mailman-developers/2012-February/021725.html).
Some examples of usage:
>> /bin/mailconf -s mailman -k site_owner
> changeme at example.com
>> /bin/mailconf -s shell
> [shell] prompt : >>>
> [shell] banner : Welcome to the GNU Mailman shell
> [shell] use_ipython : no
>> /bin/mailconf -k path
> [runner.master] path: $QUEUE_DIR/$name
> [logging.template] path : mailman.log
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