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Re: [tor-talk] torrc consistency

On Wed, Mar 09, 2011 at 07:00:50PM +0100, Moritz Bartl wrote:
> Hi,
> On 09.03.2011 18:47, bertagaz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >> Also, "if it was applied correctly everywhere" will obviously break if
> >> one allows the user to modify the file, and if the user modifications
> >> are valid syntax.
> > That's why taking care of comments has some interests too, keeping user
> > additional comments.
> Keep every line starting with # untouched, allow to modify the settings,
> always read config from torrc. What is so wrong about that? How would
> you know the format of comments, or if a user prefers to keep them above
> or below the settings?

Sure, but some are also at the end of the line, right after the config option.
What if the user decide to do the same, cause he/she saw some were already
done like this?

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