Lines containing an '=' sign are interpretted to be option settings. The line is stripped of comments and split on the first '='. Both the option name and setting are stripped of leading and trailing white space.
Multiline settings may exist with the use of XML notation to encapsulate
the setting. The
<v> tags are available for this
<b> tag is short for "block" and is useful for most
<v> tag is short for "verbatim" and is the same
as block except that text encapsulated is not subjected to the
text substitution algorithms described in "Text Substitution"
(section 5.5). The
may not be nested within themselves.
<v> takes precedence over
Option names are case sensitive and may not contain the
[ ] =
characters nor use the <b> or <v> tags.
opt1 = simple # comment opt2=simple # same opt3 = <b> # not a comment (actually line 0 of setting) Line 1 of a multi-line setting Line 2 of a multi-line setting </b> # comment can go here