The mcm package

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Machine Configuration Manager (MCM) manages the contents of files and directories. One or more of those files can be a script, enabling MCM to control anything. Typically MCM is used to manage the configurations of user profiles, machines, systems and systems of systems. * The declarative language is simple and easy on the eye yet very powerful. * MCM is simple, fast and transparent.


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Versions0.6.4.10, 0.6.4.10, 0.6.5.0
Dependenciesbase (>=4.5 && <5), blaze-html (>=0.7), bytestring (>=0.9), containers (>=0.4), directory (>=1.1), filepath (>=1.3), hostname (>=1.0), MissingH (>=1.1), polyparse (>=1.7), process (>=1.1), text (>=0.11), unix (>=2.5) [details]
LicenseGPL-3
Copyright(c) 2013-2016 Anthony Doggett
AuthorAnthony Doggett <mcm@interfaces.org.uk>
MaintainerAnthony Doggett <mcm@interfaces.org.uk>
Stabilityalpha
CategoryLanguage, System, Text
Home pagehttp://interfaces.org.uk/mcm
Executablesmcmtags, mcm2html, mcm, commands2html
UploadedSat Jul 9 15:30:58 UTC 2016 by AnthonyDoggett

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MCM - Machine Configuration Manager; manages the contents of files and directories
Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Anthony Doggett <mcm@interfaces.org.uk>
http://interfaces.org.uk/mcm

Written for Debian and friends (though as yet only really tested on Debian and
Raspbian).

MCM is designed such that it is easy for its inputs and outputs to be reviewed
and audited.

I hope you like this piece of living art.