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Old 8th June 2007, 17:25
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XpinG, that is why they'll never let me be a developer on this project! I love making EVERYTHING configurable and end up storing most of the config in the DB, and loading an array. It works but on a project like this I'd probably bloat it to death... However that would be a handy switch IMHO.
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Old 8th June 2007, 17:32
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I'ts not so easy to keep focusing on the dev project and all the config files of the third party softs like spamassassin and clamav awstat apache .... and so on.. and also keeping it compatible with all the distros, the devs are making a great work so a bit configuration from our side (users) will help them alot and that's why the forum is made for :d
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