At 9:15 PM -0800 2002/11/17, Juli Mallett wrote:

 Or at least abstracting it in such a way that it doesn't get in anyone's
 way, and so it won't trigger the "what if I need N" where N>2 case, and
 in some meaningful way...  Like maybe using a named_configs lists, and
 start one named for each config, or something.
Yeah, I was definitely thinking of a much more general solution. IMO, the switch should either be "One" or "Many", with perhaps an easy way to degenerate a "Many" solution to more easily serve the "One" case.

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