avCLI looks for a config file in a few places:
.git/av/config.yaml(if running the
avcommand inside of a git repository)
# Configuration that controls how av communicates with GitHub
# REQUIRED (for `av pr create`)
# The GitHub personal access token that av uses to authenticate to GitHub
# You can create a token at https://github.com/settings/tokens.
# The GitHub base URL to use.
# Only set this if you use an on-prem enterprise GitHub installation
# (leave blank if your repo is hosted on github.com)
# If true, always open PRs as a draft.
# If false, PRs will be opened as ready-for-review unless the --draft flag
# is specified on commands that create pull requests.
# If true, pull requests will be temporarily transitioned to draft state
# while being rebased. This avoids accidentally adding unnecessary reviewers
# to a pull request due to a CODEOWNERS file while the pull request is in a
# transient state. This only applies when a pull request's base branch is
# If not specified in the config, the default value is true if there is a
# CODEOWNERS file present and false otherwise.
# If true, open a web browser to the pull request page whenever a pull
# request is created for the first time.
avtool uses a personal access token (PAT) to authenticate with GitHub on your behalf. This is required to create and inspect PRs (e.g., when using the
av pr createcommand).
The generated token should have the
reposcope (all other scopes can be left un-checked).
Required permissions for the GitHub personal access token that you will use with