Pijul is configured using
config.toml files; users can
take advantage of both global and repository-specific configuration.
The location of Pijul's global configuration depends on the
conventions of the user's operating system; Pijul will first try to
instantiate a global configuration in the user's congiruation directory
according to this
table. If pijul cannot access the conventional config location, it
will fall back to the home
$HOME/.config/pijul. If that fails,
$HOME/.pijulconfig will be tried as a last resort.
Users can take advantage of repository-specific configuration by
editing the appropriate toml file:
configuration settings have a higher precedence than global
Items in a repository can be ignored by editing a repository's
.ignore file. Pijul supports standard glob syntax in