configctl -f filename -a
configctl -f filename [-q | -v] [section.] variable...
configctl -w -f filename [-q | -v] [section.] variable [=value]...
configctl is a generic tool for parsing and updating configuration files.
configctl expects the name of a variable to be specified on the command line, optionally following a section name delimited with a dot ("."). In write mode, a new value can be set after an equal ("=") delimiter. The following options are available:
-aPrint every value set in every section for this file.
-fFilename to parse or update.
-qDisable output on the standard stream.
-vBe more verbose.
-wUpdate a value or add a new one, and save it back into the original file.
Issues can be listed and reported at [blue] http://www.defora.org/os/project/bug_list/27/libSystem.
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|DeforaOS libSystem||CONFIGCTL (1)||04/03/2016|