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=head1 cme - Check or edit configuration data

L<cme> provides a command to check or edit configuration data with

L<cme> and L<Config::Model> are quite modular: the configuration data
that you can edit depend on the other C<Config::Model> distributions
installed on your system.

For instance, to configure L<ssh client|http://man.cx/ssh_config> or
L<sshd server|http://man.cx/sshd_config>, you need to
install L<Config::Model::OpenSsh>.

Then you can check your ssh configuration with this command:

 $ cme check ssh

and you can modify it with:

 $ cme edit ssh

The L<wiki|https://github.com/dod38fr/config-model/wiki> contains a
L<list of available models|https://github.com/dod38fr/config-model/wiki/Available-models-and-backends>

L<cme> provides several commands. The most important are :


=item check

To check the content of the configuration file of an application.

=item fix

To fix the warnings of the configuration file.

=item edit

To launch cme interactive editor. This editor contains documentation
and sanity checks to help user configure correctly their application.


L<cme> user interface can be:


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Graphical if L<Config::Model::TkUI> is installed.

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a shell-like interface (plain or based on L<Term::ReadLine>).

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based on curses if L<Config::Model::CursesUI> is installed.


By default, C<cme edit> will try to launch a GUI.

=head2 Installation

See L<Readme.install|https://github.com/dod38fr/cme-perl/blob/master/README.install.pod>.

Perl developers can also L<build App::Cme from git|build-from-git.md>

=head2 What does "cme" means ?

Nothing fancy: "Config Model Editor". The idea was to
L<choose a short, easy to remember and available name|http://ddumont.wordpress.com/2011/12/12/what-name-for-configmodels-new-command-line-cfg-or-something-else/>.

=head2 More information



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L<cme> man page

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L<config-model wiki|https://github.com/dod38fr/config-model/wiki> (i.e. the wiki tab above)

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The list of available models, interfaces and known configuration syntaxes: https://github.com/dod38fr/config-model/wiki/Available-models-and-backends