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Question About The Configuration Format - I'D Like To Parse It Within My Python Code So I'Ll Be Able To Access Things Like


SuccessfulKoala55 this actually doesn't work

` apiserver_conf = ConfigFactory.parse_file(API_SERVER_CONF_PATH)

POINT 1

conf_content = HOCONConverter.to_hocon(config=ConfigFactory.from_dict(apiserver_conf.as_plain_ordered_dict()),
compact=False,
level=0, indent=2)

apiserver_conf['auth']['fixed_users']['users'].append(
ConfigFactory.from_dict({'username': username, 'password': password, 'name': name}))

POINT 2

new_conf_content = HOCONConverter.to_hocon(config=ConfigFactory.from_dict(apiserver_conf.as_plain_ordered_dict()),
compact=False,
level=0, indent=2) Strangely enough running this code results in new_conf_content == conf_content to be True . Seems like through this ConfigTree ` object I can't really apply changes on the configuration file

  
  
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