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homerc(see section 7.3.1 Program Description Attributes). The initialization values are identified by the long option name followed by white space and any associated value. The value, if any, will continue through the end of the last line not continued with a backslash. Leading and trailing white space is stripped.
Initialization files are selected both by the
homerc entries and,
optionally, via an automatically supplied command line option. The
first component of the
homerc entry may be an environment
variable such as
$HOME, or it may also be
dollar sign characters) to specify the directory of the executable.
homerc = "$$/../share/autogen";
will cause the AutoOpts library to look in the normal autogen datadir for an initialization file.
The initialization files are processed in the order they are specified
homerc attribute, so that each new file will normally
override the settings of the previous files. A few options may be
immediate action (see section 184.108.40.206 Immediate Action Attributes). Any such
options are acted upon in reverse order. The disabled
--no-load-opts) option, for example, is an
immediate action option. Its presence in the last
will prevent the processing of any prior
Further initialization file processing can be suppressed by
--no-load-opts on the command line, or
PROGRAM_LOAD_OPTS=no in the environment, or
in any of the specified