But I gotta have it
Watch out for the damage
(Vanessa Paradis, "Gotta Have It")
On startup, hsc will look for an options file, which will be parsed for command line options before the actual command line options passed from CLI. Values set in the options file can be overwritten by command line options later.The format of the options file is easy as can be: it consists of several lines, with every line containing one single options, and, if necessary, also a ``
='' and a value. An example options file could look like this:
FROM=include/stdmacros.hsc TO=www:sepp/ COMPACT IGNORE=note|styleThe options file always has to be named hsc.options.