> I have read a few posts in the archive about people
wanting to make ASK
> usable for virtual users. I see from the docs in Exim
you would run like
> ask_pipe: driver = pipe
> command="/usr/bin/ask.py --loglevel=10 --
> What if we could pass command line params (similar to
> logfile) to ask.py telling it which rc file to use for this
> and which directory to store the queues and lists in?
This would make it
> very easy, at least in Exim, to accomodate virtual
Hmmm... Actually, ASK does support the "--home"
command line. This changes the idea of "$HOME". ASK
will always look for the .askrc file under $HOME/.askrc
and from there, you can set the lists to be pretty much
anywhere. I like the idea of having a command line
option to tell ASK where to look for the config file. Can
you add a tracker to SF.net with this feature?
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