I've heard conflicting answers on this, and would appreciate a definitive response.
One of the reasons i2p-zero was developed was to provide a version of i2p that could be integrated directly into Monero, so a separate install wouldn't be needed.
According to Justin Ehrenhofer on twitter, the i2p-zero integration didn't make it into the GUI, but did make it into the CLI.
However, browsing through the CLI documentation for all the different flags, I see support for i2p that has been separately installed, but I see nothing that would indicate that i2p-zero was successfully built into the executables and is accessible from CLI.
Is i2p-zero now built into Monero? If so, what are the flags to access it? Can you point me to the documentation for those flags, or a tutorial? Note that I am already aware of ANONYMITY_NETWORKS, but as far as I can tell this only applies to a separately installed and configured i2p. I'm ideally looking for a flag that you can set to use the built-in i2p-zero to run the node.