Chapter 18. Configuration
can be configured in different ways via configuration files.
Most options can be configured via the Preferences
dialog as well, but there are general configuration
items which have to be defined via configuration files. These configuration items allow to add different input
fields (like text areas, check boxes, etc.) to the Information
which can differ between the initial review cycle and following once.
A stylesheet can be specified which will be written to the project files to transform them into readable
html-pages when opening them in the browser. Furthermore the values for the Severity
can be changed and the used date format can be configured as well.
Other configuration items like email client settings and general tool definitions can be done individually by
user, but it may useful to provide a default configuration for the email client settings
or define default tools to be available for all users without additional configuration.
Configuration files can be loaded either via command line options or packaged into the
file to be
available for all users without additional command options.
Loading configuration files via command line options is done as follows:
java -jar QuickRev.jar --config <config-file-name(s)>
The config file can be given as local file or a remote one (http://).
A built in configuration file has to be named
and has to be copied into
Even the default input fields can be changed.