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TIGRC(5)							    Tig Manual								  TIGRC(5)

tigrc - tig configuration file SYNOPSIS
set variable = value bind keymap key action color area fgcolor bgcolor [attributes] source path DESCRIPTION
You can permanently set an option by putting it in the ~/.tigrc file. The file consists of a series of commands. Each line of the file may contain only one command. The hash mark (#) is used as a comment character. All text after the comment character to the end of the line is ignored. You can use comments to annotate your initialization file. Alternatively, options can be set by putting them in one of the git configuration files, which are read by tig on startup. See git-config(1) for which files to use. SET COMMAND
A few selective variables can be configured via the set command. The syntax is: set variables = value Examples: set show-author = abbreviated # Show abbreviated author names. set show-date = relative # Show relative commit date. set show-rev-graph = yes # Show revision graph? set show-refs = yes # Show references? set commit-order = topo # Order commits topologically set read-git-colors = no # Do not read git's color settings. set show-line-numbers = no # Show line numbers? set line-number-interval = 5 # Interval between line numbers set horizontal-scroll = 33% # Scroll 33% of the view width set blame-options = -C -C -C # Blame lines from other files Or in the git configuration files: [tig] show-date = yes # Show commit date? author-width = 10 # Set width of the author column line-graphics = no # Disable graphics characters tab-size = 8 # Number of spaces per tab The type of variables are either bool, int, string, or mixed. Valid bool values To set a bool variable to true use either "1", "true", or "yes". Any other value will set the variable to false. Valid int values A non-negative integer. Valid string values A string of characters. Optionally, use either ' or " as delimiters. Valid mixed values These values are composites of the above types. The valid values are specified in the description. Variables The following variables can be set: author-width (int) Width of the author column. When set to 5 or below, the author name will be abbreviated to the author's initials. filename-width (int) Width of the filename column. blame-options (string) A space separated string of extra blame options. Can be used for telling git-blame(1) how to detect the origin of lines. The value is ignored when tig is started in blame mode and given blame options on the command line. line-graphics (mixed) [ "ascii" | "default" | "utf8" | bool] What type of character graphics for line drawing. line-number-interval (int) Interval between line numbers. Note, you have to toggle on line numbering with ".". The default is to number every fifth line. horizontal-scroll (mixed) Interval to scroll horizontally in each step. Can be specified either as the number of columns, e.g. 5, or as a percentage of the view width, e.g. 33%, where the maximum is 100%. For percentages it is always ensured that at least one column is scrolled. The default is to scroll 50% of the view width. read-git-colors (bool) Whether to read git's color settings. show-author (mixed) ["abbreviated" | "full" | bool] How to display author names. If set to "abbreviated" author initials will be shown. Can be toggled. show-filename (mixed) ["auto" | "always" | bool] When to display file names. If set to "auto" file names are shown only when needed, e.g. when running: tig blame -C <file>. show-date (mixed) ["relative" | "short" | "default" | "local" | bool] Whether and how to show date. If set to "relative" a relative date will be used, e.g. "2 minutes ago". If set to "short" no time information is shown. If set to "local", localtime(3) is used. Can be toggled. show-notes (mixed) [note reference | bool] Whether to show notes for a commit. When set to a note reference the reference is passed to git show --notes=. Notes are enabled by default. show-refs (bool) Whether to show references (branches, tags, and remotes) in the main view on start-up. Can be toggled. show-rev-graph (bool) Whether to show revision graph in the main view on start-up. Can be toggled. See also line-graphics options. show-changes (bool) Whether to show staged and unstaged changes in the main view. Can be toggled. split-view-height (mixed) Height of the lower view in a split view. Can be specified either as the number of rows, e.g. 5, or as a percentage of the view height, e.g. 80%, where the maximum is 100%. It is always ensured that the smaller of the views is at least four rows high. The default is a view height of 66%. status-untracked-dirs (bool) Show untracked directories contents in the status view (analog to git ls-files --directory option). On by default. tab-size (int) Number of spaces per tab. The default is 8 spaces. diff-context (int) Number of context lines to show for diffs. ignore-space (mixed) ["no" | "all" | "some" | "at-eol" | bool] Ignore space changes in diff view. By default no space changes are ignored. Changing this to "all", "some" or "at-eol" is equivalent to passing "--ignore-all-space", "--ignore-space" or "--ignore-space-at-eol" respectively to git diff or git show. commit-order (mixed) ["default" | "topo" | "date" | "reverse" | bool] Commit ordering using the default (chronological reverse) order, topological order, date order or reverse order. The default order is used when the option is set to false, and topo order when set to true. BIND COMMAND
Using bind commands keys can be mapped to an action when pressed in a given key map. The syntax is: bind keymap key action Examples: # A few keybindings bind main w scroll-line-up bind main s scroll-line-down bind main space enter bind diff a previous bind diff d next bind diff b move-first-line # An external command to update from upstream bind generic F !git fetch Or in the git configuration files: [tig "bind"] # 'unbind' the default quit key binding main = Q none # Cherry-pick current commit onto current branch generic = C !git cherry-pick %(commit) Keys are mapped by first searching the keybindings for the current view, then the keybindings for the generic keymap, and last the default keybindings. Thus, the view keybindings shadow the generic keybindings which Shadow the built-in keybindings. Keymaps Valid keymaps are: main, diff, log, help, pager, status, stage, tree, blob, blame, branch, and generic. Use generic to set key mapping in all keymaps. Key values Key values should never be quoted. Use either the ASCII value or one of the following symbolic key names. Symbolic key names are case insensitive, Use Hash to bind to the # key, since the hash mark is used as a comment character. Enter, Space, Backspace, Tab, Escape, Left, Right, Up, Down, Insert, Delete, Hash, Home, End, PageUp, PageDown, F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9, F10, F11, F12. Action names Valid action names are described below. Note, all names are case-insensitive, and you may use -, _, and . interchangeably, e.g. "view-main", "View.Main", and "VIEW_MAIN" are the same. Actions Apart from the action names listed below, all actions starting with a ! will be available as an external command. External commands can contain variable names that will be substituted before the command is run. By default, commands are run in the foreground with their console output shown, if they should be run in the background wit no output prefix the command with @. Valid variable names are: Table 1. Browsing state variables %(head) The currently viewed head ID. Defaults to HEAD %(commit) The currently selected commit ID. %(blob) The currently selected blob ID. %(branch) The currently selected branch name. %(directory) The current directory path in the tree view; empty for the root directory. %(file) The currently selected file. %(ref) The reference given to blame or HEAD if undefined. %(revargs) The revision arguments passed on the command line. %(fileargs) The file arguments passed on the command line. %(diffargs) The diff options passed on the command line. %(prompt) Prompt for the argument value. As an example, the following external command will save the current commit as a patch file: "!git format-patch -1 %(commit)". If your external command require use of dynamic features, such as subshells, expansion of environment variables and process control, this can be achieved by using a combination of git aliases and tig external commands. The following example entries can be put in either the .gitconfig or .git/config file: [alias] gitk-bg = !"gitk HEAD --not $(git rev-parse --remotes) &" publish = !"for i in origin public; do git push $i; done" [tig "bind"] # @-prefix means that the console output will not be shown. generic = V !@git gitk-bg generic = > !git publish Table 2. View switching view-main Show main view view-diff Show diff view view-log Show log view view-tree Show tree view view-blob Show blob view view-blame Show blame view view-branch Show branch view view-status Show status view view-stage Show stage view view-pager Show pager view view-help Show help page Table 3. View manipulation enter Enter current line and scroll next Move to next previous Move to previous parent Move to parent view-next Move focus to next view refresh Reload and refresh view maximize Maximize the current view view-close Close the current view quit Close all views and quit Table 4. View specific actions status-update Update file status status-merge Resolve unmerged file stage-update-line Stage single line stage-next Find next chunk to stage diff-context-up Increase the diff context diff-context-down Decrease the diff context Table 5. Cursor navigation move-up Move cursor one line up move-down Move cursor one line down move-page-down Move cursor one page down move-page-up Move cursor one page up move-first-line Move cursor to first line move-last-line Move cursor to last line Table 6. Scrolling scroll-line-up Scroll one line up scroll-line-down Scroll one line down scroll-page-up Scroll one page up scroll-page-down Scroll one page down scroll-first-col Scroll to the first column scroll-left Scroll one column left scroll-right Scroll one column right Table 7. Searching search Search the view search-back Search backwards in the view find-next Find next search match find-prev Find previous search match Table 8. Misc prompt Bring up the prompt screen-redraw Redraw the screen screen-resize Resize the screen show-version Show version information stop-loading Stop all loading views options Open options menu toggle-lineno Toggle line numbers toggle-date Toggle date display toggle-author Toggle author display toggle-filename Toggle file name display toggle-rev-graph Toggle revision graph visualization toggle-graphic Toggle (line) graphics mode toggle-refs Toggle reference display edit Open in editor none Do nothing COLOR COMMAND
Color commands control highlighting and the user interface styles. If your terminal supports color, these commands can be used to assign foreground and background combinations to certain areas. Optionally, an attribute can be given as the last parameter. The syntax is: color area fgcolor bgcolor [attributes] Examples: # Overwrite the default terminal colors to white on black. color default white black # Diff colors color diff-header yellow default color diff-index blue default color diff-chunk magenta default color "Reported-by:" green default Or in the git configuration files: [tig "color"] # A strange looking cursor line cursor red default underline # UI colors title-blur white blue title-focus white blue bold Area names Can be either a built-in area name or a custom quoted string. The latter allows custom color rules to be added for lines matching a quoted string. Valid built-in area names are described below. Note, all names are case-insensitive, and you may use -, _, and . interchangeably, e.g. "Diff-Header", "DIFF_HEADER", and "diff.header" are the same. Color names Valid colors include: white, black, green, magenta, blue, cyan, yellow, red, default. Use default to refer to the default terminal colors. This is recommended for background colors if you are using a terminal with a transparent background. Colors can also be specified using the keywords color0, color1, ..., colorN-1 (N being the number of colors supported by your terminal). This is useful when you remap the colors for your display or want to enable colors supported by 256-color terminals. Attribute names Valid attributes include: normal, blink, bold, dim, reverse, standout, and underline. Note, not all attributes may be supported by the terminal. UI colors The colors and attributes to be used for the text that is not highlighted or that specify the use of the default terminal colors can be controlled by setting the default color option. Table 9. General default Overwrite default terminal colors (see above). cursor The cursor line. status The status window showing info messages. title-focus The title window for the current view. title-blur The title window of any backgrounded view. delimiter Delimiter shown for truncated lines. line-number Line numbers. date The commit date. author The commit author. mode The file mode holding the permissions and type. Table 10. Main view colors graph-commit The commit dot in the revising graph. palette-[0-6] 7 different colors, used for distinguishing branches or commits. example: palette-0 = red main-commit The commit comment. main-head Label of the current branch. main-remote Label of a remote. main-tracked Label of the remote tracked by the current branch. main-tag Label of a signed tag. main-local-tag Label of a local tag. main-ref Label of any other reference. Table 11. Status view stat-head The "On branch"-line. stat-section Status section titles, stat-staged Status flag of staged files. stat-unstaged Status flag of unstaged files. stat-untracked Status flag of untracked files. Table 12. Blame view blame-id The commit ID. Table 13. Tree view tree-head The "Directory /"-line tree-dir The directory name. tree-file The file name. Highlighting Diff markup Options concerning diff start, chunks and lines added and deleted. diff-header, diff-chunk, diff-add, diff-del Enhanced git diff markup Extra diff information emitted by the git diff machinery, such as mode changes, rename detection, and similarity. diff-oldmode, diff-newmode, diff-copy-from, diff-copy-to, diff-rename-from, diff-rename-to, diff-similarity, diff-dissimilarity diff-tree, diff-index Pretty print commit headers Commit diffs and the revision logs are usually formatted using pretty printed headers , unless --pretty=raw was given. This includes lines, such as merge info, commit ID, and author and committer date. pp-author, pp-commit, pp-merge, pp-date, pp-adate, pp-cdate, pp-refs Raw commit header Usually shown when --pretty=raw is given, however commit is pretty much omnipresent. commit, parent, tree, author, committer Commit message Signed-off-by, Acked-by, Reviewed-by and Tested-by lines are colorized. signoff, acked, reviewed, tested Tree markup Colors for information of the tree view. tree-dir, tree-file SOURCE COMMAND
Sources commands makes it possible to read additional configuration files. Sourced file are treated in-place, meaning when a source command is encountered it will be immediately read. Any commands, later in the current configuration file will take precedence. The syntax is: source path Examples: source ~/.tig/colorscheme.tigrc source ~/.tig/keybindings.tigrc COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2006-2012 Jonas Fonseca <[1]> This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. SEE ALSO
tig(1), tigmanual(7), git-config(1), and the tig manual[2]. NOTES
1. 2. tig manual Tig 1.0 07/15/2012 TIGRC(5)
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