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Re: Bug report

Denis Barbier <barbier@imacs.polytechnique.fr> writes:

> Please don't ask wmk to read .wmlrc files, the situation will become
> really awful. I think we have to rethink what wmk is for and how to use
> it (unfortunately i don't use it).

> In the next release, the -o option (for wml) could be found
> - on the command line
> - in the #!wml shebang-line
> - in any .wmlrc file
> - in the %!slice shebang-line generated by passes 1-8
> Wmk has been designed to help non-technical people, and we have to
> keep it in mind, i.e. wmk should be really easy to use. I believe
> that options of wmk should be reserved to experts only. Or hidden in
> a .wmkrc file.

I can live with -o info in .wmkrc I think. I'll try to implement that.

> > Question: where should the code to read .wmkrc be moved to?

> I don't have time to look too close into wmk.src, so i don't know.
> In fact, i _really_ don't have time this week, sorry.

Next week will do ...   ;-)

I'll see if I can figure it out myself.


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