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How do I locate auto generated git config values on the website?

New Bitbucket user here.

When I create a new repository and go to the source, I see a page titled "You Have an Empty Repository" with information on how to configure git for the first time, with the git config commands for user.name and user.email. This appears to be automatically generated for me based on either information on my machine or on the server.

It's nice because it's a copy/paste, and the user.name field is formatted in a certain way that makes sense where I work (name, org department, etc.)

Is there any way that users can access a page with this git config information, without first creating a blank repo?

I would like to instruct new developers to set up their git config in a consistent way, so a page like that would be ideal.

Failing that, does anyone know the source of the user.name information i.e. does it come from the server or my local machine, and where else could I find it?

Thanks

Joe

 

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