cla config - Configuration tool

cla config: Tool for generate a custom config file or display the config and opts parameters.

Running alone, this command asks the user to generate a custom configuration file through a template.

This template can be defined:

  • As an argument passed through the command line as following: --template <template file>.
  • If no argument is passed, the template is located in $CLARIVE_HOME/config/clarive.yml.template.

After executing, it asks some questions about some configuration parameters, these are:

  • host - Name of the instance that identifies the server.
  • web host - Host added to published urls in emails.
  • web port - Port added to published urls in emails and the interface.
  • site_key - A random key used to encrypt passwords.
  • default theme.
  • time_zone_offset - To establish time zone.

After answering all these questions a configuration file is created in $CLARIVE_HOME/config directory. It is called:

  • <$env>.yml - If an option has been passed as an argument in the form: -c <config_file> .
  • <$CLARIVE_ENV>.yml. - If no env argument is passed.

This command has three different subcommands that can be displayed through the help option:

    &gt; cla help config

    usage: cla [-h] [-v] [--config file] command &lt;command-args&gt;

    Subcommands available for config (show all inherited config &amp; options):
    config-show
    config-opts
    config-gen

    cla help &lt;command&gt; to get all subcommands.
    cla &lt;command&gt; -h for command options

cla config-show: this command shows all configuration parameters defined in the following configuration files:

  • clarive.yml.
  • global.yml.

File defined in option -c passed as argument in the command call with yml extension, or file $CLARIVE_ENV with yml extension.

With the option --key <parameter>, the output shows only the parameters defined in field.

cla config-opts: this command shows:

  • All configuration parameters from the config files mentioned above.
  • Some key configuration parameters from the environment.
  • Arguments passed through command line.

cla config-gen: Same behavior as cla config.