Configuration commands

Git Town prompts for required configuration information during usage. Git Town stores its configuration data inside Git configuration data. You can store configuration values in the local or global Git configuration depending on whether you want to share config settings between repositories or not. To see your entire Git configuration, run git config -l. To see only the Git Town configuration entries, run git config --get-regexp git-town. The following commands read and write the configuration entries for you so that you don't have to run Git configuration commands manually: