Settings are special configurations placed at the source document's
Config Area that can affect the conversion process. The Settings are
all optional. The average user can live fine without them. But they are
addictive, if you start using them, you'll never stop :)
Setting lines are special comment lines, marked by a leading
identifier ("!") that makes them different from plain comments. The
syntax is just as simple as variable setting, composed by a keyword and
a value, separated from each by a colon (":").
%! keyword : value
- The exclamation mark must be placed together with the comment char
(%!), no spaces between them.
- The spaces around the keyword and the separator are optional.
- Keywords are case insensitive (case doesn't matter).
- Settings are valid only inside the Config Area, and are considered
plain comments if found on the document Body.
- If the same keyword appears more than one time on the Config Area,
the last found will be the one used. Exception: options, preproc and
postproc, which are cumulative.
- A setting line with an invalid keyword will be considered a plain
- This settings have precedence over RC file, but not on command line