JFig is a component especially designed to help you manage configurations in Java environments. It offers a hierarchical approach to configuration files and variables.
The component implements a public interface for the configuration object. Since it is written in Java, it is compatible with all the major platforms.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· The JFig entry xml node has been enhanced to include several new attributes.
· A comment attribute to add comments for an entry
· An isActive attribute to inactivate an entry
· An isHidden attribute to control printing of values (for not printing passwords)
· entry key="myKey" value="myValue" comment="this is my key" isHidden="true"/>
· entry key="activeKey" value="activeValue" comment="this is my activeKey" isActive="false"/>
· Track the filenames that affected each entry.
· As JFig parses each config file, add the current filename to a list on each JFig Entry object. This list is available for display from the JFig.print(true) command. The "true" parameter gives detailed printing.
JFig print to show new options:
· The JFig print method now has an optional boolean flag to print a JFig entry with all its attributes in addition to the key/value pairs. These additional attributes are. comments,, isActive, and isHidden. It will also display the configuration files that were involved in ...