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hakyll-init: Show help for `hakyll-init`.
$ hakyll-init --help
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The command "hakyll-init --help" is used to display the help manual or documentation for the Hakyll static site generator's initialization command.

Hakyll is a Haskell-based static site generator that allows you to create and build static websites. It provides various features and tools to help you generate and manage your site's content, template, and configuration.

When you run the "hakyll-init" command, it initializes a new Hakyll site in the current directory. This means it sets up the necessary files, directories, and basic configuration to start developing your static site.

The "--help" flag is used to request the command to display its help manual or documentation. Running "hakyll-init --help" will show a description of what the command does, its available options, and how to use them.

By using the help command, you can get an overview of the available options, learn how to provide custom configurations, or understand the additional features the initialization process might offer. This helps you understand how to use the "hakyll-init" command effectively and customize your Hakyll site based on your requirements.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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