• src/sbbs3/scfg/scfgsrvr.csrc/sbbs3/scfg/objects.mk scfg.c scfg.h scfgn

    From Rob Swindell (on ChromeOS)@VERT to Git commit to main/sbbs/master on Fri Mar 24 20:00:24 2023
    https://gitlab.synchro.net/main/sbbs/-/commit/953fb85b7cc30ca80c326358
    Added Files:
    src/sbbs3/scfg/scfgsrvr.c
    Modified Files:
    src/sbbs3/scfg/objects.mk scfg.c scfg.h scfgnode.c
    Log Message:
    Create the "Servers" configuration sub-menu, currently read-only

    I'm surprised more people haven't wondered aloud: why are all the Synchronet server settings in this huge sbbs.ini file? Well... this kind of answers that question: it's a hell of a lot of settings! And this isn't even everything (several advanced/rarely-used/borderline-deprecated settings aren't included)!

    As part of this change, I've replaced the old date/time display with the current config file path/name that's being edited (more or less). This will help when a sysop has multiple sbbs.*.ini files and makes it clear if you have multiple sbbs installs (like me), which one you're editing at any given time.

    I have not implemented any of the server setting edits (other than a couple simple toggles) or help text yet and this does not detect changes or save them to the sbbs.ini file, but I wanted to get this committed at this stage anyway. If you're running sbbsctrl.exe (or maybe even gtkmonitor), then maybe this is completely redundant and unnecessary, but I figured it was good to have these settings in one edit find/edit platform-agnostic location anyway. Hoepfully this will (when its done) make SBBS for *nix just that much easier for a newbie sysop/sysadmin.

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