Can't do it at file read time, since then we don't know where the config file is. We have to wait until arguments are parsed, and THEN we can do our thing.
This way we can use it locally to run the wpr exploder (coming in the next commit), which needs access to our local copy of the wpr library.
This is being updated because the old one doesn't work on a modern mac (which is where I do the page recording for page load tests), so we need to have a more modern one. This required a bit of change to srnamed, but actually made the code wildly simpler (woohoo!)
Instead of running some login agent to open a command file (or many other things I tried), we have to create a terminal profile that will run stone ridge, set that profile as the default, and add the terminal as a startup item. The shell script added in this commit contains the commands to do that.
This makes debugging easier on the test setup in VMs