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%!includeconf command

The includeconf command is used to include configurations from an external file into the current one. This command is valid inside the source document Config Area only.

It is useful to share the same config for multiple files, so you can centralize it. On any file do you want to include that central configuration, put a includeconf call. Example:

My First Document
John Doe
July, 2004

%!includeconf: config.t2t

Hi, this is my first document.

The format inside the included file is the same as in the RC file.

Note that the optional target specification is NOT supported for this command.

%!includeconf: config.t2t            <--- OK
%!includeconf(html): config.t2t      <--- NOT OK

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