The signac framework is configured with configuration files. The configuration files are stored using the standard INI file format. In general, two config files are supported:
Project-specific configuration uses the
.signac/configfile in the project path.
Per-user configuration is stored in a global file at
You can either edit these configuration files manually, or execute
signac config on the command line.
signac config --help for more information.
A project configuration file is defined as a file named
config contained within a
get_project() will search upwards from a provided directory until a project configuration is found to indicate the project path.
This is an example for a project configuration file:
# signac.rc schema_version = 2
Identifier for the current internal schema used by signac. This schema version determines internal details such as the location of configuration files or caches.