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Re:  On the promotion and demotion of information items (was Re
On Thursday 06 March 2003 12:40, Dare Obasanjo wrote:

> <config>
>  <!-- here are some settings -->
> <settings />
> <!-- examples -->
> <more-settings />
> <!-- examples, description -->
> <even-more-settings />
> </config>

Ahah! I take it you've not seen the machine.config file the guy posted 
either, then?

Go and read the original message that started this discussion, then you'll 
understand what we're talking about.


"The file I'm working with is a MS .NETFramework system file under
C:\WINNT\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.0.3705\CONFIG called machine.config.
It's an XML file.   It uses comments to separate sections of configurations.
I'm trying to replace custom configurations under the <appSettings> node
that begins and ends with comments."

It sounds to me like the problem with the underlying schema is that it 
doesn't have a way of grouping the <add key="..." /> elements within the 
<appSettings> element.


A city is like a large, complex, rabbit
 - ARP


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