Elektra

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Elektra

https://www.libelektra.org
Elektra serves as a universal and secure framework to access configuration parameters in a global, hierarchical key database.

Elektra is a configuration management framework, it mounts configuration files into global keys database creating sort of virtual file system for easier access, changing and locating the configuration parameters. A wide range of plugins is available used to specify format (JSON, INI, XML and others), default settings , validation, etc.

Use High-level API to elektrify your application for easier maintenance and generate type-safe configuration access code based on same specification used for validation. The core is the library implemented in C, bindings to another languages are provided.

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