Re: permanently enable/disable yum repositories

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Valent Turkovic wrote:
> Sed would do fine, but a dedicated tool would be better (a patch for
> yum so it does it permanently with 'yum enablerepo-perm' or
> something similar.

I'm curious, if you recognize that sed would do fine, what would make
a dedicated tool better?

IMO, if you are looking to automate this task, then you should be
familiar with the tools to do the job, i.e. sed, perl, etc.

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