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Re: [Nagios-devel] semicolons as comments?

Postby Guest » Thu Apr 25, 2002 3:04 pm

Hey Chris,

You mailed me about this problem in Nagat and I didn't look at it this

IMHO, ;-comments after a "variable value" in an object is rather useless
and compromises readability. Although they should be kept intact.
What I did for Nagat is keeping the layout of the object configuration
files as much as possible. I just forgot about the semicolon stuff.
Consider it a feature request :)

Well it looks natural to me, the commenting I mean.



On Thu, 2002-04-25 at 23:56, Chris Meador wrote:
> Hello all,
> What is the official status of using semicolons as comments within block
> definitions (as per the example template configuration files)? All of
> the documentation seems to say that hash-comments are the only valid
> comments... But nagios understands the files with semicolons anyway.
> # here is an example of a definition block using semicolon comments
> define host {
> use generic-host ;Name of host
> template to use
> ;questionable comment
> host_name localhost
> alias localhost
> address
> }
> regards
> Chris
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