For object-oriented programs is useful to supply the configuration information in structured manner also. Seems the XML is the an answer. But too much <tag></tag> everywhere make the XML for *.config or *.ini files almost human unreadable and uneditable.
This library intended to read text of markup configurations files in uniform way. Text information from the file is loaded by your program as a structural tree. After slurping a *.config file we can supply the resulting objects to object instances of our program to let them configure themselves. So, it facilitates text information to supply configuration data to object-oriented software.
Advantage - we can use markups to mark just the groups of the parameters only. And we do obliged not to keep markups for the every Name=Value pairs like XML does.
Such text in *.config file is less messy, and much more human readable then XML.
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