Ubuntu Continuous Integration config framework.
Provide a framework to define configuration stacks. - Developers use a configuration as a simple dict, - Users define configurations in various files depending on their needs.
A stack provides a simple dict to developers by assembling user files and selecting the options where they are defined.
As an example, a user may have a configuration file in its home directory, one under /etc for system-wide defaults and one in a directory for specific options.
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