I think you can simplify this task by forgetting about parsing the .auto
file entirely when writing it. That is, the .auto file should be
regenerated, and should write out whatever has been set in pg_settings,
regardless of what was in the file beforehand. I don't see the value in
parsing the file before writing it out.
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