Generate an ASCII configuration file that stores information about the context of a certain (set of) experiment(s).
When the program is run, the user will be asked to provide
information about the lab environment that is being set up.
By default, this is the global environment, and for each question asked
the current value represented in any existing
will be displayed. If no value is set in this file, the default value
will be displayed. The user can then accept the current (possibly default)
value or change the value as desired. Changing back to a default value
can be done using the string ``use default'' as the answer to a non-yes/no
When the -l option is used, indicating that a local environment is being set up, the values displayed with each question represent the settings from the global resource file as well as any labrc file in the current directory with the settings in the local file taking precedence over those in the global file when conflicts arise (i.e., the settings labrun would use). Questions corresponding to options that are set in the global file and cannot be changed in the local file will not be asked.
A file containing the corresponding command-line options for the tools.
By default, the file is called