start has two modes - "easy", and "serious". Easy takes command like flags, generates temporary config files, and runs. It does not generate a config file because the flags take precedence. Serious is that you want to run from config - so --write-config converts your flags and current state to a config file. You then run with that --config. We do not support running with both flags and config because it would be easy to get out of sync and have conflicting settings.
On Feb 24, 2016, at 4:04 AM, Stéphane Klein <contact stephane-klein info> wrote: