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Starting with squidGuard 1.5 you can use quotes in the configuration file. A quoted string is surrounded by double quotes ("") and can contain \n\r \a \b \t \" and \xXX (to introduce a character by its hexadecimalvalue). The string can be split across lines by ending a line with a \(in which case the newline is ignored) or if you don't end the line witha \ the newline will be kept.Quoted strings cn be used with the following directives in the configurationfile:dbhomelogdirldapbindpassmysqlusernamemysqlpasswordmysqldbdomainlisturllistexpressionlistrewritelogfileuserlistiplistdomainuserAll other directives must be used without quotes. ATTENTION: If you use the user directive with quoted_strings, only usernameswith less than 16 characters will be treated correctly.Special thanks to Iain Fothergill for submitting the patch for thisfeature.