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17.4 SettingsManager

The SettingsManager class in the Cheetah.SettingsManager module is a baseclass that provides facilities for managing application settings. It facilitates the use of user-supplied configuration files to fine tune an application. A setting is a key/value pair that an application or component (e.g., a filter, or your own servlets) looks up and treats as a configuration value to modify its (the component's) behaviour.

SettingsManager is designed to:

Cheetah uses SettingsManager to manage its configuration settings. SettingsManager might also be useful in your own applications. See the source code and docstrings in the file src/SettingsManager.py for more information.

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