Conda configurationΒΆ

# ######################################################
# ##              Channel Configuration               ##
# ######################################################

# # channels (sequence: str)
# #   aliases: channel
# #   env var string delimiter: ','
# #   The list of conda channels to include for relevant operations.
# # 
# channels:
#   - defaults

# # channel_alias (str)
# #   The prepended url location to associate with channel names.
# # 
# channel_alias: https://conda.anaconda.org

# # default_channels (sequence: str)
# #   env var string delimiter: ','
# #   The list of channel names and/or urls used for the 'defaults'
# #   multichannel.
# # 
# default_channels:
#   - https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/main
#   - https://repo.anaconda.com/pkgs/r

# # override_channels_enabled (bool)
# #   Permit use of the --overide-channels command-line flag.
# # 
# override_channels_enabled: true

# # whitelist_channels (sequence: str)
# #   env var string delimiter: ','
# #   The exclusive list of channels allowed to be used on the system. Use
# #   of any other channels will result in an error. If conda-build channels
# #   are to be allowed, along with the --use-local command line flag, be
# #   sure to include the 'local' channel in the list. If the list is empty
# #   or left undefined, no channel exclusions will be enforced.
# # 
# whitelist_channels: []

# # custom_channels (map: str)
# #   A map of key-value pairs where the key is a channel name and the value
# #   is a channel location. Channels defined here override the default
# #   'channel_alias' value. The channel name (key) is not included in the
# #   channel location (value).  For example, to override the location of
# #   the 'conda-forge' channel where the url to repodata is
# #   https://anaconda-repo.dev/packages/conda-forge/linux-64/repodata.json,
# #   add an entry 'conda-forge: https://anaconda-repo.dev/packages'.
# # 
# custom_channels:
#   pkgs/pro: https://repo.anaconda.com

# # custom_multichannels (map: list)
# #   A multichannel is a metachannel composed of multiple channels. The two
# #   reserved multichannels are 'defaults' and 'local'. The 'defaults'
# #   multichannel is customized using the 'default_channels' parameter. The
# #   'local' multichannel is a list of file:// channel locations where
# #   conda-build stashes successfully-built packages.  Other multichannels
# #   can be defined with custom_multichannels, where the key is the
# #   multichannel name and the value is a list of channel names and/or
# #   channel urls.
# # 
# custom_multichannels: {}

# # migrated_channel_aliases (sequence: str)
# #   env var string delimiter: ','
# #   A list of previously-used channel_alias values. Useful when switching
# #   between different Anaconda Repository instances.
# # 
# migrated_channel_aliases: []

# # migrated_custom_channels (map: str)
# #   A map of key-value pairs where the key is a channel name and the value
# #   is the previous location of the channel.
# # 
# migrated_custom_channels: {}

# # add_anaconda_token (bool)
# #   aliases: add_binstar_token
# #   In conjunction with the anaconda command-line client (installed with
# #   `conda install anaconda-client`), and following logging into an
# #   Anaconda Server API site using `anaconda login`, automatically apply a
# #   matching private token to enable access to private packages and
# #   channels.
# # 
# add_anaconda_token: true

# # allow_non_channel_urls (bool)
# #   Warn, but do not fail, when conda detects a channel url is not a valid
# #   channel.
# # 
# allow_non_channel_urls: false

# # restore_free_channel (bool)
# #   "                 Add the "free" channel back into defaults, behind
# #   "main" in priority. The "free"                 channel was removed
# #   from the collection of default channels in conda 4.7.0.
# # 
# restore_free_channel: false

# # repodata_fns (sequence: str)
# #   env var string delimiter: ','
# #   Specify filenames for repodata fetching. The default is
# #   ('current_repodata.json', 'repodata.json'), which tries a subset of
# #   the full index containing only the latest version for each package,
# #   then falls back to repodata.json.  You may want to specify something
# #   else to use an alternate index that has been reduced somehow.
# # 
# repodata_fns:
#   - current_repodata.json
#   - repodata.json

# # use_only_tar_bz2 (NoneType, bool)
# #   A boolean indicating that only .tar.bz2 conda packages should be
# #   downloaded. This is forced to True if conda-build is installed and
# #   older than 3.18.3, because older versions of conda break when conda
# #   feeds it the new file format.
# # 
# use_only_tar_bz2:


# ######################################################
# ##            Basic Conda Configuration             ##
# ######################################################

# # envs_dirs (sequence: str)
# #   aliases: envs_path
# #   env var string delimiter: ':'
# #   The list of directories to search for named environments. When
# #   creating a new named environment, the environment will be placed in
# #   the first writable location.
# # 
# envs_dirs: []

# # pkgs_dirs (sequence: str)
# #   env var string delimiter: ','
# #   The list of directories where locally-available packages are linked
# #   from at install time. Packages not locally available are downloaded
# #   and extracted into the first writable directory.
# # 
# pkgs_dirs: []


# ######################################################
# ##              Network Configuration               ##
# ######################################################

# # client_ssl_cert (NoneType, str)
# #   aliases: client_cert
# #   A path to a single file containing a private key and certificate (e.g.
# #   .pem file). Alternately, use client_ssl_cert_key in conjuction with
# #   client_ssl_cert for individual files.
# # 
# client_ssl_cert:

# # client_ssl_cert_key (NoneType, str)
# #   aliases: client_cert_key
# #   Used in conjunction with client_ssl_cert for a matching key file.
# # 
# client_ssl_cert_key:

# # local_repodata_ttl (bool, int)
# #   For a value of False or 0, always fetch remote repodata (HTTP 304
# #   responses respected). For a value of True or 1, respect the HTTP
# #   Cache-Control max-age header. Any other positive integer values is the
# #   number of seconds to locally cache repodata before checking the remote
# #   server for an update.
# # 
# local_repodata_ttl: 1

# # offline (bool)
# #   Restrict conda to cached download content and file:// based urls.
# # 
# offline: false

# # proxy_servers (map: NoneType, str)
# #   A mapping to enable proxy settings. Keys can be either (1) a
# #   scheme://hostname form, which will match any request to the given
# #   scheme and exact hostname, or (2) just a scheme, which will match
# #   requests to that scheme. Values are are the actual proxy server, and
# #   are of the form 'scheme://[user:[email protected]]host[:port]'. The optional
# #   'user:password' inclusion enables HTTP Basic Auth with your proxy.
# # 
# proxy_servers: {}

# # remote_connect_timeout_secs (float)
# #   The number seconds conda will wait for your client to establish a
# #   connection to a remote url resource.
# # 
# remote_connect_timeout_secs: 9.15

# # remote_max_retries (int)
# #   The maximum number of retries each HTTP connection should attempt.
# # 
# remote_max_retries: 3

# # remote_read_timeout_secs (float)
# #   Once conda has connected to a remote resource and sent an HTTP
# #   request, the read timeout is the number of seconds conda will wait for
# #   the server to send a response.
# # 
# remote_read_timeout_secs: 60.0

# # ssl_verify (bool, str)
# #   aliases: verify_ssl
# #   Conda verifies SSL certificates for HTTPS requests, just like a web
# #   browser. By default, SSL verification is enabled, and conda operations
# #   will fail if a required url's certificate cannot be verified. Setting
# #   ssl_verify to False disables certification verification. The value for
# #   ssl_verify can also be (1) a path to a CA bundle file, or (2) a path
# #   to a directory containing certificates of trusted CA.
# # 
# ssl_verify: true


# ######################################################
# ##               Solver Configuration               ##
# ######################################################

# # aggressive_update_packages (sequence: str)
# #   env var string delimiter: ','
# #   A list of packages that, if installed, are always updated to the
# #   latest possible version.
# # 
# aggressive_update_packages:
#   - ca-certificates
#   - certifi
#   - openssl

# # auto_update_conda (bool)
# #   aliases: self_update
# #   Automatically update conda when a newer or higher priority version is
# #   detected.
# # 
# auto_update_conda: true

# # channel_priority (ChannelPriority)
# #   Accepts values of 'strict', 'flexible', and 'disabled'. The default
# #   value is 'flexible'. With strict channel priority, packages in lower
# #   priority channels are not considered if a package with the same name
# #   appears in a higher priority channel. With flexible channel priority,
# #   the solver may reach into lower priority channels to fulfill
# #   dependencies, rather than raising an unsatisfiable error. With channel
# #   priority disabled, package version takes precedence, and the
# #   configured priority of channels is used only to break ties. In
# #   previous versions of conda, this parameter was configured as either
# #   True or False. True is now an alias to 'flexible'.
# # 
# channel_priority: flexible

# # create_default_packages (sequence: str)
# #   env var string delimiter: ','
# #   Packages that are by default added to a newly created environments.
# # 
# create_default_packages: []

# # disallowed_packages (sequence: str)
# #   aliases: disallow
# #   env var string delimiter: '&'
# #   Package specifications to disallow installing. The default is to allow
# #   all packages.
# # 
# disallowed_packages: []

# # force_reinstall (bool)
# #   Ensure that any user-requested package for the current operation is
# #   uninstalled and reinstalled, even if that package already exists in
# #   the environment.
# # 
# force_reinstall: false

# # pinned_packages (sequence: str)
# #   env var string delimiter: '&'
# #   A list of package specs to pin for every environment resolution. This
# #   parameter is in BETA, and its behavior may change in a future release.
# # 
# pinned_packages: []

# # pip_interop_enabled (bool)
# #   Allow the conda solver to interact with non-conda-installed python
# #   packages.
# # 
# pip_interop_enabled: false

# # track_features (sequence: str)
# #   env var string delimiter: ','
# #   A list of features that are tracked by default. An entry here is
# #   similar to adding an entry to the create_default_packages list.
# # 
# track_features: []


# ######################################################
# ##  Package Linking and Install-time Configuration  ##
# ######################################################

# # allow_softlinks (bool)
# #   When allow_softlinks is True, conda uses hard-links when possible, and
# #   soft-links (symlinks) when hard-links are not possible, such as when
# #   installing on a different filesystem than the one that the package
# #   cache is on. When allow_softlinks is False, conda still uses hard-
# #   links when possible, but when it is not possible, conda copies files.
# #   Individual packages can override this setting, specifying that certain
# #   files should never be soft-linked (see the no_link option in the build
# #   recipe documentation).
# # 
# allow_softlinks: false

# # always_copy (bool)
# #   aliases: copy
# #   Register a preference that files be copied into a prefix during
# #   install rather than hard-linked.
# # 
# always_copy: false

# # always_softlink (bool)
# #   aliases: softlink
# #   Register a preference that files be soft-linked (symlinked) into a
# #   prefix during install rather than hard-linked. The link source is the
# #   'pkgs_dir' package cache from where the package is being linked.
# #   WARNING: Using this option can result in corruption of long-lived
# #   conda environments. Package caches are *caches*, which means there is
# #   some churn and invalidation. With this option, the contents of
# #   environments can be switched out (or erased) via operations on other
# #   environments.
# # 
# always_softlink: false

# # path_conflict (PathConflict)
# #   The method by which conda handle's conflicting/overlapping paths
# #   during a create, install, or update operation. The value must be one
# #   of 'clobber', 'warn', or 'prevent'. The '--clobber' command-line flag
# #   or clobber configuration parameter overrides path_conflict set to
# #   'prevent'.
# # 
# path_conflict: clobber

# # rollback_enabled (bool)
# #   Should any error occur during an unlink/link transaction, revert any
# #   disk mutations made to that point in the transaction.
# # 
# rollback_enabled: true

# # safety_checks (SafetyChecks)
# #   Enforce available safety guarantees during package installation. The
# #   value must be one of 'enabled', 'warn', or 'disabled'.
# # 
# safety_checks: warn

# # extra_safety_checks (bool)
# #   Spend extra time validating package contents.  Currently, runs sha256
# #   verification on every file within each package during installation.
# # 
# extra_safety_checks: false

# # shortcuts (bool)
# #   Allow packages to create OS-specific shortcuts (e.g. in the Windows
# #   Start Menu) at install time.
# # 
# shortcuts: true

# # non_admin_enabled (bool)
# #   Allows completion of conda's create, install, update, and remove
# #   operations, for non-privileged (non-root or non-administrator) users.
# # 
# non_admin_enabled: true

# # separate_format_cache (bool)
# #   Treat .tar.bz2 files as different from .conda packages when filenames
# #   are otherwise similar. This defaults to False, so that your package
# #   cache doesn't churn when rolling out the new package format. If you'd
# #   rather not assume that a .tar.bz2 and .conda from the same place
# #   represent the same content, set this to True.
# # 
# separate_format_cache: false


# ######################################################
# ##            Conda-build Configuration             ##
# ######################################################

# # bld_path (str)
# #   The location where conda-build will put built packages. Same as
# #   'croot', but 'croot' takes precedence when both are defined. Also used
# #   in construction of the 'local' multichannel.
# # 
# bld_path: ''

# # croot (str)
# #   The location where conda-build will put built packages. Same as
# #   'bld_path', but 'croot' takes precedence when both are defined. Also
# #   used in construction of the 'local' multichannel.
# # 
# croot: ''

# # anaconda_upload (NoneType, bool)
# #   aliases: binstar_upload
# #   Automatically upload packages built with conda build to anaconda.org.
# # 
# anaconda_upload:

# # conda_build (map: str)
# #   aliases: conda-build
# #   General configuration parameters for conda-build.
# # 
# conda_build: {}


# ######################################################
# ##  Output, Prompt, and Flow Control Configuration  ##
# ######################################################

# # always_yes (NoneType, bool)
# #   aliases: yes
# #   Automatically choose the 'yes' option whenever asked to proceed with a
# #   conda operation, such as when running `conda install`.
# # 
# always_yes:

# # auto_activate_base (bool)
# #   Automatically activate the base environment during shell
# #   initialization.
# # 
# auto_activate_base: true

# # changeps1 (bool)
# #   When using activate, change the command prompt ($PS1) to include the
# #   activated environment.
# # 
# changeps1: true

# # env_prompt (str)
# #   Template for prompt modification based on the active environment.
# #   Currently supported template variables are '{prefix}', '{name}', and
# #   '{default_env}'. '{prefix}' is the absolute path to the active
# #   environment. '{name}' is the basename of the active environment
# #   prefix. '{default_env}' holds the value of '{name}' if the active
# #   environment is a conda named environment ('-n' flag), or otherwise
# #   holds the value of '{prefix}'. Templating uses python's str.format()
# #   method.
# # 
# env_prompt: '({default_env}) '

# # json (bool)
# #   Ensure all output written to stdout is structured json.
# # 
# json: false

# # notify_outdated_conda (bool)
# #   Notify if a newer version of conda is detected during a create,
# #   install, update, or remove operation.
# # 
# notify_outdated_conda: true

# # quiet (bool)
# #   Disable progress bar display and other output.
# # 
# quiet: false

# # report_errors (NoneType, bool)
# #   Opt in, or opt out, of automatic error reporting to core maintainers.
# #   Error reports are anonymous, with only the error stack trace and
# #   information given by `conda info` being sent.
# # 
# report_errors:

# # show_channel_urls (NoneType, bool)
# #   Show channel URLs when displaying what is going to be downloaded.
# # 
# show_channel_urls:

# # verbosity (int)
# #   aliases: verbose
# #   Sets output log level. 0 is warn. 1 is info. 2 is debug. 3 is trace.
# # 
# verbosity: 0