The Plucky configuration language consists of configuration items called figs.

The majority of figs are rules that control allow and block decisions, but there are some other types of figs as well. At present there are four kinds of figs:

Govern the configuration change delays that are used when Plucky is used as a self-control tool.
Enable or disable various features to change Plucky’s behavior. The system features is the most important one.
Import other configurations that are on . This is usually used to automatically include some large block or flee lists that are maintained by others.
Define allow, block, flee, and blot decisions.

Last updated: 2023-10-19