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This is the template that rush init generates for experiments.json:


 * This configuration file allows repo maintainers to enable and disable experimental
 * Rush features.  More documentation is available on the Rush website:
  "$schema": "",

   * Rush 5.14.0 improved incremental builds to ignore spurious changes in the pnpm-lock.json file.
   * This optimization is enabled by default. If you encounter a problem where "rush build" is neglecting
   * to build some projects, please open a GitHub issue. As a workaround you can uncomment this line
   * to temporarily restore the old behavior where everything must be rebuilt whenever pnpm-lock.json
   * is modified.
  /*[LINE "HYPOTHETICAL"]*/ "legacyIncrementalBuildDependencyDetection": true,

   * By default, 'rush install' passes --no-prefer-frozen-lockfile to 'pnpm install'.
   * Set this option to true to pass '--frozen-lockfile' instead for faster installs.
  /*[LINE "HYPOTHETICAL"]*/ "usePnpmFrozenLockfileForRushInstall": true,

   * By default, 'rush update' passes --no-prefer-frozen-lockfile to 'pnpm install'.
   * Set this option to true to pass '--prefer-frozen-lockfile' instead to minimize shrinkwrap changes.
  /*[LINE "HYPOTHETICAL"]*/ "usePnpmPreferFrozenLockfileForRushUpdate": true,

   * If using the 'preventManualShrinkwrapChanges' option, restricts the hash to only include the layout of external dependencies.
   * Used to allow links between workspace projects or the addition/removal of references to existing dependency versions to not
   * cause hash changes.
  /*[LINE "HYPOTHETICAL"]*/ "omitImportersFromPreventManualShrinkwrapChanges": true,

   * If true, the chmod field in temporary project tar headers will not be normalized.
   * This normalization can help ensure consistent tarball integrity across platforms.
  /*[LINE "HYPOTHETICAL"]*/ "noChmodFieldInTarHeaderNormalization": true