BFR applications are configured with a very simple XML document. All of the configuration parameters are combinations of XML child elements and their attributes, the markup text and comments in the file is ignored, making it a great place for documentation:
<BFR> Configuration elements go here, along with documentation. </BFR>
For embedded systems, the XML configuration file is usually stored with the application in the
same directory, or on Linux systems the executable is stored in
/usr/local/bin and the
/etc, for example:
$ /usr/local/bin/BFR /etc/sample.bfr
There is no restriction on the configuration file name or location, and there is no default file name or location. The sample applications use the bfr suffix.
Begin with the Elements and Attributes in the configuration documentation section for more.