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Hi Kendy,

Jan Holesovsky wrote on 2013-01-07 18:07:

We plan to migrate to etckeeper for all TDF systems. Would that fit your
requirement, or do you want a different approach?

Not sure, I don't know it :-) - but from what I read, it is designed to
be plugged into apt for the purpose of the upgrades; but if it can
handle also arbitrary changes to the configuration files (like that I
see log of changes I made to the configuration), I am happy.  And I see
that git can be used as the backend, so...

yes, etckeeper can also track changes made manually, without debconf/package management. :-)

We plan to deploy it in the new infra platform anyways, so if it is not urgent, I will wait until we have that one in place.


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