Chapter 6. Configuration: the Metaproxy configuration file format

Table of Contents

1. Introductory notes
2. Overview of the config file XML structure
3. An example configuration
3.1. Other configuration examples
4. Config file modularity
5. Config file syntax checking

1. Introductory notes

If Metaproxy is an interpreter providing operations on packages, then its configuration file can be thought of as a program for that interpreter. Configuration is by means of a single XML file, the name of which is supplied as the sole command-line argument to the metaproxy program. (See Reference below for more information on invoking Metaproxy.)