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config-manager for Debian
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The semantics for 'cm update' differ somewhat from the original
upstream version.  In past versions the following sequence would fail:

  vi config

  cm build config

  vi config # add another path

  cm build config
  # cm barfs due to existing paths

  cm update config
  # new path isn't built

Once you had modified the config, you could neither build nor update
it. Now though, the following sequence *DOES* work (cleared with
upstream):

  vi config

  cm build config

  vi config # add another (non-nested path)

  cm update config

This change will eventually be incorporated upstream but feedback
would be welcome.

 -- Anand Kumria <wildfire@progsoc.org>, Thu, 11 Aug 2005 02:24:37 +1000