On October 2, 2022 9:10:36 AM MDT, Omar Polo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>On 2022/09/25 16:05:14 -0600, Tracey Emery <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I didn't think it needed them, so I pulled them. I'm temporarily on a cell phone with no ability to review, so whatever the consensus thinks is fine by me. But I don't understand the need to stay like all of the other parse.y's just because that's the way it is. Have a good week folks.
>as stated before, i won't push for this if you don't like it. There
>is IMHO an argument to be made about being coherent with other daemons
>in base. Macros in particular are helpful to trim down repetitions,
>or to spawn another copy of the same daemon with some parameters
>tweaked without actually changing the configuration file. I use them
>exetensively in pf.conf and httpd.conf at least, and was planning to
>use them in gotwebd too (but admittedly only for development, it's
>handy to spawn a dev version of gotwebd with the same configuration
>but that listens on a different port or path.)
Sure, go for it. stsp already gave the ok.
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