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Manual Reference Pages  -  SYMPA::CONFDEF (3)

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NAME

Sympa::ConfDef - Definition of site and robot configuration parameters

CONTENTS

DESCRIPTION

This module keeps definition of configuration parameters for site default and each robot.

    Global variable

@params Includes following items in order parameters are shown.
{ gettext_id => TITLE } Title for the group of parameters following.
{ name => NAME, DEFINITIONS, ... } Definition of parameter. DEFINITIONS may contain following pairs.
name => NAME Name of the parameter.
file => FILE Conf file where the parameter is defined. If omitted, the parameter won’t be added automatically to the config file, even if a default is set. "wwsympa.conf" is a synonym of "sympa.conf". It remains there in order to migrating older versions of config.
default => VALUE Default value. DON’T SET AN EMPTY DEFAULT VALUE! It’s useless and can lead to errors on fresh install.
gettext_id => STRING Description of the parameter.
gettext_comment => STRING Additionnal advice concerning the parameter.
sample => STRING FIXME FIXME
edit => 1|0 This defines the parameters to be edited.
optional => 1|0 FIXME FIXME
vhost => 1|0 If 1, the parameter can have a specific value in a virtual host.
db => OPTION ’db_first’, ’file_first’ or ’no’.
obfuscated => 1|0 FIXME FIXME
multiple => 1|0 If 1, the parameter can have multiple values. Default is 0.
scenario => 1|0 If 1, the parameter is the name of scenario.

SEE ALSO

sympa.conf(5), robot.conf(5).
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6.2.14 SYMPA::CONFDEF (3Sympa) 2016-01-06

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