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NAME
       timew-config - Timewarrior configuration	file and override options

SYNOPSIS
       timew rc._name_=_value_ _command_

DESCRIPTION
       Timewarrior  stores  its	 configuration in the user's home directory in
       ~/.timewarrior/timewarrior.cfg.	This file contains a mix of rules  and
       configuration  settings.	 Note that the TIMEWARRIORDB environment vari-
       able can	be set to override this	location.   The	 values	 'true',  '1',
       'y', 'yes' and 'on' are all equivalent and enable a setting.  Any other
       value means disable the setting.	 Default values	may be	overridden  by
       timewarrior.cfg	values,	which may in turn be overridden	on the command
       line using: rc._name_=_value_

       For example, to turn off	verbose	mode:
	      rc.verbose=0

       Note that hints can also	do this	(:quiet).

CONFIGURATION
       confirmation
	      Determines whether harmful operations require  interactive  con-
	      firmation.
	      May be overridden	by the ':yes' hint.
	      Default value is 'yes'.

       verbose
	      Determines whether Timewarrior generates feedback.
	      May be overridden	by the ':quiet'	hint.
	      Default value is 'yes'.

       debug
	      Determines whether diagnostic debugging information is shown.
	      Useful for troubleshooting, but not for general use.
	      Default value is 'off'.

       debug.indicator
	      The debug	output prefix string.
	      Default value is '>>'.

timew 1.3.0			  2020-08-09		       timew-config(7)

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