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13.1 The list of commands for the menu only

The semantics used in parsing the configuration file are the following:

  • The menu-specific commands have to be used before any others.
  • The files must be in plain-text format.
  • `#' at the beginning of a line in a configuration file means it is only a comment.
  • Options are separated by spaces.
  • All numbers can be either decimal or hexadecimal. A hexadecimal number must be preceded by `0x', and is case-insensitive.
  • Extra options or text at the end of the line are ignored unless otherwise specified.
  • Unrecognized commands are added to the current entry, except before entries start, where they are ignored.

These commands can only be used in the menu:

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