Add notes to read_before_update regarding Python 3 #1910
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You are right about the nice-level. But currently I feel it is a bit hard to determine. Users could either have chosen the simple way and put the changes in the original file system. I am not sure, if this can be identified by a relative path - obviously not.
The relative path could also point to a rewrite rule (if set up more professional) which might point to a central customization folder maybe under /etc/privacyidea. Parsing and determining all this sounds a bit challenging. What do you think?