||2002-06-20 23:28:11 GMT
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Japanese README is available
This 'cfkeeper' is created for the purpose of keeping *.conf to specific directory.
'cfkeeper' has its own config file, which is named ".cfkeeper.rc". The config file is also written in Ruby and should be set up into ~/ as most tools do.
usage examples here:
ruby cfkeeper -v ./.cfkeeper.rc
ruby cfkeeper -v -c ./.cfkeeper.rc httpd.conf
ruby cfkeeper -v -c ./.cfkeeper.rc -d ./sample/named named.conf
result examples of above:
.cfkeeper.rc is saved into ./ as .cfkeeper.rc.020621.0
httpd.conf is saved into ./sample/httpd/ as httpd.conf.020621.7
named.conf is saved into ./sample/named/ as named.conf.020621.0
Before or After changing something like "httpd.conf" or "named.conf", you can use 'cfkeeper' as back-up command.
(Like instead of doing 'cp httpd.conf httpd.conf.org')
You are also able to use in your batch scripts just in case of recovery. This, 'cfkeeper', is not supported recovery feature yet(v0.03), but I am going to build-in it in near future.
Any bug reports, suggestions are welcome. Thanks.