How to Download and Use Global CFG Zip for iGO Primo and Luna
Note: Order matters. More specific patterns should be earlier thanmore relaxed patterns. When mixing the string notation with the hashconfiguration in global and package configurations the string notationis translated to a * package pattern.
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Defaults to true. If set to true only HTTPS URLs are allowed to bedownloaded via Composer. If you really absolutely need HTTP access to somethingthen you can disable it, but using Let's Encrypt toget a free SSL certificate is generally a better alternative.
Defaults to 15552000 (6 months). Composer caches all dist (zip, tar, ...)packages that it downloads. Those are purged after six months of being unused bydefault. This option allows you to tweak this duration (in seconds) or disableit completely by setting it to 0.
Defaults to 300MiB. Composer caches all dist (zip, tar, ...) packages that itdownloads. When the garbage collection is periodically ran, this is the maximumsize the cache will be able to use. Older (less used) files will be removedfirst until the cache fits.
Defaults to true. Similar to the no-api key on a specific repository,setting use-github-api to false will define the global behavior for allGitHub repositories to clone the repository as it would with any other gitrepository instead of using the GitHub API. But unlike using the gitdriver directly, Composer will still attempt to use GitHub's zip files.
Gerrit advertises patch set downloads with the repo downloadcommand, assuming that all projects managed by this instance aregenerally worked on with therepo multi-repository tool.This is not default, as not all instances will deploy repo.
Git has a configuration option to hide refs from the initialadvertisement (uploadpack.hideRefs). This option can be used to hidethe change refs from the client. As consequence fetching changes bychange ref does not work anymore. However by settinguploadpack.allowTipSha1InWant to true fetching changes by commit IDis possible. If download.checkForHiddenChangeRefs is set to truethe git download commands use the commit ID instead of the change refwhen a project is configured like this.
Specifies the maximum size of a bundle in bytes that can be downloaded.As bundles are kept in memory this setting is to protect the serverfrom a single request consuming too much heap when generatinga bundle and thereby impacting other users.
Name of the permissions-only project defining global serveraccess controls and settings. These are inherited into everyother project managed by the running server. The name isrelative to gerrit.basePath.
Optional base URL for repositories available over the anonymous gitprotocol. For example, set this to git://mirror.example.com/base/to have Gerrit display patch set download URLs in the UI. Gerritautomatically appends the project name onto the end of the URL.
'has' operand aliasing allows global aliases to be defined for query'has' operands. Currently only change queries are supported. The aliasname is the git config key name, and the 'has' operand being aliasedis the git config value.
Operator aliasing allows global aliases to be defined for query operators.Currently only change queries are supported. The alias name is the gitconfig key name, and the operator being aliased is the git config value.
This setting can also be set in the project.config(receive.maxObjectSizeLimit) in orderto further reduce the global setting. The project specific setting isonly honored when it further reduces the global limit.
Most administrators will not need this file, and should instead make commits toAll-Projects to modify global config. However, a separate file can be usefulwhen managing multiple Gerrit servers, since pushing changes to defaults usingPuppet or a similar tool can be easier than scripting git updates toAll-Projects.
In cases where a command line tool is also installed globally you have to make sure that you use the tool installedin the virtualenv by using python -m (if supported by the tool) orenv_bin_dir/. If you forget to do that you will get an error.
If you find that you need a particular config file globally, you canhave it loaded automatically by the system. To do this, open theautoload.php file, located at application/config/autoload.php,and add your config file as indicated in the file.
This will prevent downloading lfs files when cloning repositories.If you clone this repository now, by entering the command below, git will download only a pointer to the lfs file (named just as the original file).
The settings as described by Paul, and that you are using, creates the error state that you have encountered. Before KeePass 2.47 if this condition occurred there was no error message. The basic problem is that KeePass is trying to write a global configuration file but the KeePass application directory is write-protected.
The PreferUserConfiguration setting in the global config file tells KeePass whether to prefer the local config file or the global config file. In your case, even though you specified the location of the local config file on the command line, KeePass prefers to use the global config file because that is the internal KeePass default setting. KeePass will read the local config file if a global config file does not exist. However, when KeePass subsequently fails to save the config file to the preferred location, i.e. the KeePass application directory, it displays the error message and writes to the local config file location specified by -cfg-local. KeePass will behave as you desire if you simply ignore the error message. Unfortunately, I don't believe the error message can be suppressed. If a specialized error suppression option existed, I would expect to find it documented in the KeePass configuration documentation under more options.
The preferred way to tell KeePass to prefer the local configuration file is to set the 'PreferUserConfiguration' flag to true in the global config file or an enforced config file. I don't understand your objection to doing this. The needed global config file is very simple, copying a small file to a new directory is a simple matter, and you are already know how to create/update a KeePass application directory. You can obtain the needed config file from Dominik's post above:
The setting is saved in the local config, but ignored because the local config file is last in the search chain and it is not necessary to read it. If the setting were honored in the local config file it could create an infinite loop. Finally, it is not commented out so that the local config file can be moved to the global location and used without modification. i.e. the local config file contains the proper PreferUserConfiguration setting for a global configuration file that is used to store KeePass user settings.
The GHC compiler you build from sources may depend on unreleased versions ofsome global packages (e.g. Cabal). It may be an issue if a package you try tobuild with this compiler depends on such global packages because Stack may notbe able to find versions of those packages (on Hackage, etc.) that arecompatible with the compiler.
The setup-info dictionary specifies download locations for tools to beinstalled during set-up, such as GHC or, on Windows, 7z and MSYS2. Thedictionary maps ('Tool', 'Platform', 'Version') to the location where it canbe obtained. For example, mapping (GHC, 64-bit Windows, 9.2.3) to the URLhosting the archive file for GHC's installation.
Using the pepfile directive leads to parsing of the provided PEP with peppy.The resulting project object is made globally available under the name pep.Here, we use it to aggregate over the set of sample names that is defined in the corresponding PEP.
Importantly, note that PEPs are meant to contain sample metadata and any global information about a project or experiment.They should not be used to encode workflow specific configuration options.For those, one should always complement the pepfile with an ordinary config file.The rationale is that PEPs should be portable between different data analysis workflows (that could be applied to the same data) and even between workflow management systems.In other words, a PEP should describe everything needed about the data, while a workflow and its configuration should describe everything needed about the analysis that is applied to it.
If you have multiple configuration files, you can import them into one configuration file so that you only have to specify one configuration.This is useful to extract connector configurations or other global elements. For example:
Because of the hierarchy in which Mule runtime engine loads the properties, you cannot make imports depend on an application or a global configuration property. See the properties hierarchy page for more information.