One development virtualhost config to rule them all (for apache2)

A colleague gave me a virtualhost config file that has made my life a bit easier.I've run virtualized Linux machines as primary development platforms for a long time, and every time I needed to setup a new site for development I had to, among a lot of stuff, create a new virtualhost config for Apache, enabled it, and restart the server.This in it self doesn't take all too long, maybe a few minutes at most, but the fact that there's a lot of other stuff that needs to be done before the dev-site is up and running, any shortcuts are appreciated.So without further ado, here's the config:[code line...

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