Screenshots

Some screenshots introducing some features of Kochizz :

This is he main view of Kochizz. On the left side, the opening directives and the include ones are displayed in a tree. On the right, the property editor shows the directives which belongs to the current level, helping to enter names and values by an unique auto-completion system. On the bottom right corner, the comment editor allows you to change the comments associated to the selected directive :

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The text editor. The recognized directives are colored in blue, while invalid tokens are underlined in violet. This is a “two-ways” editor : when the text is changed, other views are also refreshed, and when the tree or the property editor are used to modify, add or remove some directives, the text gets also refreshed :

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The window used to register a server. When a server is registered, you can easily load its entire configuraton (throught its main config file - apache2.conf with Apache 2, for instance). You are also able to send commands to change its state or check its configuration :

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The menu designed to pilot the server. When the server has been registered, it can be started, stopped, restarted, its loaded configuration can be checked, and so on :

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With a special comment string, the directives can be enabled or disabled though a checkbox. When the box is checked, the associated directive(s) will be seen “commented” by Apache, while Kochizz will still detect them as real directive and not comment text. In the following screeshot, disabled directives appear in green in the tree and in italic in the property editor :

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When you change some parts of the configuration, its fully rewritten - automatically. By default, files are rewritten in their original location, but they can also be regerated in a common directory or packed in a single file to debug purpose. Kochizz always show modified files and the number of directives written on the disk :

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Kochizz parses dynamically the Apache help in order to display balloon hints describing the directive’s meanings and which values are expected :

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Now if youwant to see more sreenshots, the best thing to do is to download and install Kochizz now ;-)