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ceylon config(1)					      ceylon config(1)

NAME
       ceylon config - Manages Ceylon configuration files

SYNOPSIS
       ceylon config [--cwd=dir] [--file=file] [--local] [--system] [--user]
		     [--verbose[=flags]] get [--] {key}
       ceylon config [--cwd=dir] [--file=file] [--local] [--system] [--user]
		     [--verbose[=flags]] keystore [--store-password[=value]]
		     get-password [--] {alias}
       ceylon config [--cwd=dir] [--file=file] [--local] [--system] [--user]
		     [--verbose[=flags]] keystore [--store-password[=value]]
		     set-password [--] {alias} [password]
       ceylon config [--cwd=dir] [--file=file] [--local] [--system] [--user]
		     [--verbose[=flags]] keystore [--store-password[=value]]
		     unset-password [--] {alias}
       ceylon config [--cwd=dir] [--file=file] [--local] [--system] [--user]
		     [--verbose[=flags]] list
       ceylon config [--cwd=dir] [--file=file] [--local] [--system] [--user]
		     [--verbose[=flags]] remove	[--] {key}
       ceylon config [--cwd=dir] [--file=file] [--local] [--system] [--user]
		     [--verbose[=flags]] remove-section	[--] {name}
       ceylon config [--cwd=dir] [--file=file] [--local] [--system] [--user]
		     [--verbose[=flags]] rename-section	[--] {old-name}	{new-
		     name}
       ceylon config [--cwd=dir] [--file=file] [--local] [--system] [--user]
		     [--verbose[=flags]] set [--] {key}	{values}...

DESCRIPTION
       Can be used to list, update and remove settings in Ceylon's  configura-
       tion files.

       Setting names are of form <section>.<key>, for example, defaults.encod-
       ing.

   THE get SUBCOMMAND
       Get the value defined for <key> in the config file

   THE keystore	get-password SUBCOMMAND
       Gets the	password for <alias> in	the keystore

   THE keystore	set-password SUBCOMMAND
       Sets the	password for <alias> in	the keystore. The program will issue a
       password	prompt if <password> is	omitted.

   THE keystore	unset-password SUBCOMMAND
       Unsets the password for <alias> in the keystore,	removing the alias and
       its corresponding password.

   THE list SUBCOMMAND
       Lists configuration values

   THE remove SUBCOMMAND
       Removes the value of the	<key> in the config file

   THE remove-section SUBCOMMAND
       Removes the named <section> from	the config file

   THE rename-section SUBCOMMAND
       Renames the section <old-name> in the config file to <new-name>

   THE set SUBCOMMAND
       Set the value of	the <key> to <values> in the config file

OPTIONS
       --cwd=dir
	      Specifies	the current working directory for this tool. (default:
	      the directory where the tool is run from)

       --file=file
	      The file to operate on.

       --local
	      Apply operation to the local configuration.

       --system
	      Apply operation to the system configuration.

       --user Apply operation to the user configuration.

       --verbose[=flags], -d
	      Produce  verbose	output.	 If no flags are given then be verbose
	      about everything,	otherwise just	be  verbose  about  the	 flags
	      which are	present. Allowed flags include:	all, loader.

   OPTIONS FOR keystore	SUBCOMMAND
	      --store-password[=value]
		     The password for accessing	the keystore

EXAMPLE
       The  following  would  list the settings	active from within the current
       folder:

       ceylon config list
       .fi

       This reads a named setting:

       ceylon config get defaults.encoding
       .fi

       This writes a named setting:

       ceylon config --file=.ceylon/config set defaults.encoding UTF-8

				18 August 2017		      ceylon config(1)

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