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Branch coverage please #85
@ionelmc: The command line argument is useful for the same reason any other command line argument is. Being able to run a command should preferably not have to include first creating, or rewriting, a file describing that command. You might not even have write access, or you might be running commands with different options every time, perhaps simultaneously. A configuration file might make sense when you want to use the same complex options over and over again, but I don't think it should replace command line options.