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4.2.3 Saving Project Settings

You can save the current project file and filter settings to a configuration file for later retrieval. This is also convenient if you intend to invoke SDMetrics via the command line (see Section 5 "Running SDMetrics from the Command Line"): you can instruct SDMetrics to read the file and filter settings from a configuration file instead of having to specify each file and filter individually as command line arguments.

To save the current project settings, select "Project -> Save Project Settings" from the main menu. This opens a standard file chooser dialog where you can specify the configuration file to write the settings to.