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AutoOpts uses an AutoGen definitions file for the definitions of the program options and overall configuration attributes. The complete list of program and option attributes is quite extensive, so if you are reading to understand how to use AutoOpts, I recommend reading the "Quick Start" section (see section 7.2 Quick Start) and paying attention to the following:
argument, program attributes, See section 7.3.1 Program Description Attributes.
descripoption attributes, See section 22.214.171.124 Required Attributes.
value(flag character) and
min(occurrence counts) option attributes, See section 126.96.36.199 Common Option Attributes.
arg-typefrom the option argument specification section, See section 188.8.131.52 Option Argument Specification.
Keep in mind that the majority are rarely used and can be safely ignored. However, when you have special option processing requirements, the flexibility is there.
7.3.1 Program Description Attributes 7.3.2 Option Attributes 7.3.3 Man and Info doc Attributes 7.3.4 Automatically Supported Options 7.3.5 Library of Standard Options