4.2 Path Configuration File

A pathname configuration file format corresponds exactly to the default output format of cfpeek, i.e. it lists each terminal keyword as its full pathname, followed by a semicolon, a single space and its value, as in the example below:

.user: "smith"
.group: "mail"
.pidfile: "/var/run/example"
.logging.facility: "daemon"
.logging.tag: "example"
.program="a".command: "a.out"
.program="a".logging.facility: "local0"
.program="a".logging.tag: "a"
.program="b".command: "b.out"
.program="b".wait: "yes"
.program="b".pidfile: "/var/run/b.pid"

This format is similar to the one used in X-resources.