This guide will show you how to manage your Git configuration in Coder.
Coder will create a global Git configuration file located at
all newly created workspaces. Coder will also set the user name and email
address based on the user's Coder account information.
If there's already a
.gitconfigfile, Coder will not recreate a default version when you rebuild a workspace.
We recommend that each Coder user set and modify their personal
file using the ~/personalize script.
Preferences defined using individual
.gitconfig files take precedence over
If you have a set of instructions that apply to your organization as a whole,
you can define and use a system-level Git configuration file. We suggest adding
.gitconfig directly to the image's Dockerfile:
# Add system-level gitconfig COPY ["gitconfig", "/etc/gitconfig"]
System-level git configurations live under
/etc/gitconfig. If this file is
git applies the settings defined to each repository. However, any
Coder user can override system-level settings using global or worktree git
For more information on Git configuration, refer to the official documentation.