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Read name-daemon configuration files like the bind

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# namedparser

Read name-daemon configuration files like the bind

# Installation

$ pip install

# Example

from namedparser import Parser

txt = '''
options {
directory "/var/na/named";
check-names master ignore;
check-names slave ignore;
check-names response ignore;
allow-recursion {
allow-query {
allow-query-cache {
allow-transfer {; };
max-cache-ttl 3600000;
min-retry-time 50;
max-acache-size 4M;
max-cache-size 4M;
max-journal-size 100k;
version "";

result = Parser.parse_string(txt)
options ='options')
check_names = options[0].search('check-names')
assert check_names[0].target == 'master'
assert check_names[1].target == 'slave'
assert check_names[2].target == 'response'

directory = options[0].search('directory')[0]
assert directory.value == '/var/na/named'
assert str(directory) == 'directory "/var/na/named";'

You may get more information how to acceess some nodes in `named.conf`, if you read test code in `namedparser/testsuite/`.

# Support

You may run on

- 2.6
- 2.7
- 3.*

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