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Effects of plugin development on configuration files

This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; and to Harlequin MultiRIP but not Harlequin Core

The RIP creates a number of files, containing data derived from its plugins, while it is running. These files are written in subdirectories of the SW directory.

Changes might be made to a plugin's configuration while you are developing and testing it. This can invalidate some of these files, and in turn necessitate that you replace or repair them. Clearly, is always safest to start with a clean, newly installed SW directory upon each test, but this can be inconvenient.

If you make a change to a plugin that affects only its functionality, and not its configuration information, you ought to be able to continue using the same SW directory as before. The rest of this section explains which files may be affected by changes, and how.

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