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Re: [augeas-devel] using python-augeas to parse a Httpd-style conf file


The test file is a good example of using the library.

You can specify the lense you want to use to read a file, so you can use that method to see if it can read that file. There will probably be enough differences that it will fail...

That being said if they are similar formatting you can use the httpd lense as a basis for making a lense for tgtd and LIO.


On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 7:44 PM, Andy Grover <agrover redhat com> wrote:
Hi all,

I'm looking to use python-augeas to parse an Apache-style conf file into some sort of tree structure, which I can then walk and output in another format.

(More info: I'm looking to write a tool to convert configuration for the tgtd iscsi target to the LIO iscsi target.)

Any tips for how I could get python-augeas to do this?

Thanks -- Regards -- Andy

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