Richard Hartmann wrote:
> the second request is that running mr anywhere without a .mrconfig in
> $PWD, I would love to have mr read ~/.mrconfig by default (or possibly
> $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/mr/config (no leading dot)). That would make running
> mr from anywhere a lot easier & convenient.

This is the default behavior from mr 1.00 on. In previous versions,
it can be enabled by the -p flag.

Note that you have to configure trust settings or mr will be very picky
about the contents of .mrconfig files it finds in random directories.

see shy jo

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