1p can now be found at https://github.com/nilium/1p
I hereby claim:
- I am nilium on github.
- I am nilium (https://keybase.io/nilium) on keybase.
- I have a public key ASA9ZYQ-ovUYaqBiWNB9MPYWyy-cDcIQZym8orvks3qGvAo
To claim this, I am signing this object:
Codf exists primarily to make expressive, structured configuration easy to use. Expressive in this case means, more or less, relatively complex but easy to read and write. There are cases of progams like this in the wild, such as nginx, where configuration is integral to making use of them. Codf takes inspiration from nginx in particular, along with other curly-braced config languages. The goal is to provide structure for programs where the status quo of JSON-equivalent languages do not.
With that in mind, codf is the result of several years of building programs that require configuration to define their runtime behavior. This includes several programs whose configuration borders on scripting. These programs need configuration not only for inputs (sockets, files, DBs) and outputs (metrics, logs, more DBs), but also tasks, schedules, data pipelines, state transitions, and so on. Without these, the programs are mostly inert and do nothing — this makes configuration crucial to