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The configuration file is designed to associate names and values, much like an AutoGen Definition File (see section Definitions File). Unfortunately, the file formats are different. Specifically, AutoGen Definitions provide for simpler methods for the precise control of a value string and provides for dynamically computed content. Configuration files have some established traditions in their layout. So, they are different, even though they do both allow for a single name to be associated with multiple values and they both allow for hierarchical values.
|7.11.1 assigning a string value to a configurable|
|7.11.2 integer values|
|7.11.3 hierarchical values|
|7.11.4 configuration file directives|
|7.11.5 comments in the configuration file|
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