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Thu, 21 Jul 2016
[ 18:52 marino ] Original commit   Revision:418890
418890 misc/ini_file_manager/Makefile
418890 misc/ini_file_manager/files/ini_file_manager.gpr
misc/ini_file_manager: add Library_Kind definition to gpr file

While here, simpilify install target with modern knobs
Sun, 23 Mar 2014
[ 23:44 marino ] Original commit   Revision:348904
348904 misc/Makefile
348904 misc/ini_file_manager
348904 misc/ini_file_manager/Makefile
348904 misc/ini_file_manager/distinfo
348904 misc/ini_file_manager/files
348904 misc/ini_file_manager/files/construct.gpr
348904 misc/ini_file_manager/files/example.gpr
348904 misc/ini_file_manager/files/ini_file_manager.gpr
348904 misc/ini_file_manager/files/runme.sh.in
348904 misc/ini_file_manager/pkg-descr

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add new Ada dev port: misc/ini_file_manager

The Ini file manager consists of a package, Config, which can read or write
informations from various configuration files known as "ini" files because
they have often the ".ini" extension. They are text files which look like
the following:

  ; Comment line
  [Section 1]
  a_string = abcd     # a comment here...
  a_number = +123.456 ; another comment
  [Section 2]
  a_string = efgh

For more examples in this format, just search files with the .ini extension
on a windows-based computer.

WWW: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ini-files/

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