I'm going to be using PAR to help packages scripts into a single archive. The problem I'm facing:
I want to create a single script that is very self contained, but I want to use XML for the config file and I don't want to have to maintain two files on each remote system.
To you PAR users; Is there anyway to self contain the XML file within the PAR package and not have to worry about maintaining two spereate files on the remote systems? Meaning, I want to put the XML file within the PAR package and be able to use it.
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