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5 Default Configuration

You can compile rush with the default configuration built in the binary. Such a binary can then be run without configuration file. However, if a configuration file is present, it takes priority over the built-in configuration.

To compile rush with the built-in configuration, first compile the package as usual. Then, prepare a configuration file, and test it using rush --lint. If the test shows no errors, reconfigure the package, using the --with-default-config option:

  ./configure --with-default-config=file

where file is the name of your configuration file. Then, recompile and install the package.

You can inspect the built-in configuration using the --show-default option:

  rush --show-default