If you have a small screen, you may prefer to switch on the small image setting.
The command line argument
-help makes arara list all the available options with brief explanations about their function. In this case, arara has also been invoked with
L -qn so the messages use the Broad Norfolk localisation:
$ arara -L qn -help arara arara 4.0 Copyright (c) 2012, Paulo Roberto Massa Cereda Orl them rights are reserved, ole partner usage: arara [file [--dry-run] [--log] [--verbose] [--timeout N] [--max-loops N] [--language L] | --help | --version] -h,--help wuh, cor blast me, my bewty, but that'll tell me to dew jist what I'm dewun rite now -L,--language <code> that'll tell me what language to mardle in -l,--log that'll make a log file wi' orl my know dew suffin go wrong -m,--max-loops <number> wuh, yew dunt want me to run on forever, dew you, so use this to say when you want me to stop -n,--dry-run that'll look like I'm dewun suffin, but I ent -t,--timeout <number> wuh, yew dunt want them system commands to run on forever dew suffin' go wrong, dew you, so use this to set the execution timeout (thass in milliseconds) -v,--verbose thass dew you want ter system commands to hav' a mardle wi'yew an'orl -V,--version dew yew use this dew you want my know abowt this version
(The first line is the command line prompt.)