Angora operates by reading a text file, called the configuration file, that specifies the details of the simulation. Every aspect of the simulation is configured by a related configuration variable (or variable in short) in the configuration file; which comprises either a single line or a number of lines. In general, an Angora simulation is run by putting the name of the configuration file pertaining to the simulation as a command line option when calling the
johndoe@mysystem:~/angora-package-version$ ./angora path-to-config-file
If the Angora executable is run without any command-line options, it looks for the configuration file named ‘angora.cfg’ in the same directory from which the executable is run. See section Configuration Variables, for details on configuration files.
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