SDL_Config

VersionGPH - 2006.02.24
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- it can natively read Windows .INI (and compatible) files. Also, it shouldn\'t have problems with some (*) Linux .conf files. - it can parse files, but it won\'t interpret them for you - only you know what those numbers and chars in config files really mean. Btw, here you can read about some of potential uses for them. - dividing config file into logical groups helps to efficiently maintain it. Obviously, groups are supported by SDL_Config :-) There\'s also global group, which contains entries that were found before first explicit group definition. If you will ask for entry, and it won\'t be found in selected group, then library will check if it exists in global group, and if so, return its value - all transparently to coder. - it supports four basic entry types: boolean (true/false), integer (32 bit signed), float (standard C++ float) and text (internally null terminated C string, can store Unicode characters (not yet) ). Types are automatically determined by looking at entry\'s value, you don\'t need to explicitly write them. - it supports four basic entry types: boolean (true/false), integer (32 bit signed), float (standard C++ float) and text (internally null terminated C string, can store Unicode characters (not yet) ). Types are automatically determined by looking at entry\'s value, you don\'t need to explicitly write them. - Multiple value entries are also supported! You can have entry which holds many values, the syntax is very natural, also, using such entry from within code is easy.

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