How do I show my global Git configuration?

Issue

I’d like to show all configured Git sections.

I only found git config --get core.editor, and I’d like to output everything that’s configured globally, not only the configured default editor.

Solution

You can use:

git config --list

or look at your ~/.gitconfig file. The local configuration will be in your repository’s .git/config file.

Use:

git config --list --show-origin

to see where that setting is defined (global, user, repo, etc…)

Answered By – Cameron Skinner

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