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git_config [2019/02/18 09:55]
rpjday [Environment variables]
git_config [2019/02/18 09:57]
rpjday [One-time config override with -c]
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 ==== Environment variables ==== ==== Environment variables ====
  
-As an example, ''​git commit''​ searches for the editor to use when entering the commit message:+Most Git commands support environment variables for overriding configuration settings. ​As an example, ''​git commit''​ searches for the editor to use when entering the commit message:
  
   * ''​GIT_EDITOR''​ environment variable   * ''​GIT_EDITOR''​ environment variable
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 ==== One-time config override with -c ==== ==== One-time config override with -c ====
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 +If you need a one-time-only override of some config setting, most Git commands support the "​-c"​ option:
  
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-$ git -c user.name="​Keyser Soze" <​command>​...+$ git -c user.name="​Keyser Soze" <some command>​...
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 ===== Configuration sections and keys ===== ===== Configuration sections and keys =====
git_config.txt ยท Last modified: 2019/02/18 09:57 by rpjday