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> <46B90B0B.2040704@199technologies.org>
From: Chris Turner <c.turner@199technologies.org>
Subject: Re: vkernel.conf ?
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2007 21:39:40 -0400
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Chris Turner wrote:>
> Anyone know of a BSD licenced .ini parser?

didn't do my homework before posting..

a quick fm yields ze followink:


have not yet read the code.. MIT license OK for base?
thinking yes, comments welcome

interesting also is:

A slightly modified version has been contributed by Freek to hold
everything into a couple of files (iniparser.c and iniparser.h). This
version also compiles with a C++ compiler. You can find it here:

    * iniparser-singlefile.tar.gz (6.7k)

which would prevent having to hook contrib, etc..


The DLini library provides functions for reading and writing Windows
style .ini files. It mimics the Windows API for .ini file handling
exactly, so it can be used to port Windows applications that use .ini
files to other platforms.

hmm.. not knowing the windows api, but knowing windows API's, not sure
if I'm a fan from that perspective..


("shut up and code - yer making this too much of a project" is valid :)

- Chris

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