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> Sounds a little similar to what's in pgAdmin CVS right now. The
> configuration editor can retrieve the config file and display configured
> and active setting concurrently, together with explanations taken from
> pg_settings (when not run against a pgsql server but a file current
> settings are missing, comments are taken from a pg_settings csv dump).
> There's the infrastructure to give hints about all settings, with very
> few currently implemented.
> I wonder if this could be combined with the configurator somehow.
> Currently, integration won't work with Perl, so maybe C for the core and
> Perl for the interactive part would be better.
Probably so. Seems there is a bit of convergent evolution going on. When I
get a moment of free time, I'll check out the pgAdmin code. Can someone
shoot me a URL to the files in question? (assuming a web cvs interface).
Greg Sabino Mullane greg(at)turnstep(dot)com
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