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# = Redmine configuration file
#
# Each environment has it's own configuration options. If you are only
# running in production, only the production block needs to be configured.
# Environment specific configuration options override the default ones.
#
# Note that this file needs to be a valid YAML file.
# DO NOT USE TABS! Use 2 spaces instead of tabs for identation.
#
# == Outgoing email settings (email_delivery setting)
#
# === Common configurations
#
# ==== Sendmail command
#
# production:
# email_delivery:
# delivery_method: :sendmail
#
# ==== Simple SMTP server at localhost
#
# production:
# email_delivery:
# delivery_method: :smtp
# smtp_settings:
# address: "localhost"
# port: 25
#
# ==== SMTP server at example.com using LOGIN authentication and checking HELO for foo.com
#
# production:
# email_delivery:
# delivery_method: :smtp
# smtp_settings:
# address: "example.com"
# port: 25
# authentication: :login
# domain: 'foo.com'
# user_name: 'myaccount'
# password: 'password'
#
# ==== SMTP server at example.com using PLAIN authentication
#
# production:
# email_delivery:
# delivery_method: :smtp
# smtp_settings:
# address: "example.com"
# port: 25
# authentication: :plain
# domain: 'example.com'
# user_name: 'myaccount'
# password: 'password'
#
# ==== SMTP server at using TLS (GMail)
#
# This requires some additional configuration. See the article at:
# http://redmineblog.com/articles/setup-redmine-to-send-email-using-gmail/
#
# production:
# email_delivery:
# delivery_method: :smtp
# smtp_settings:
# tls: true
# enable_starttls_auto: true
# address: "smtp.gmail.com"
# port: 587
# domain: "smtp.gmail.com" # 'your.domain.com' for GoogleApps
# authentication: :plain
# user_name: "your_email@gmail.com"
# password: "your_password"
#
#
# === More configuration options
#
# See the "Configuration options" at the following website for a list of the
# full options allowed:
#
# http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/HowToSendEmailsWithActionMailer
# default configuration options for all environments
default:
# Outgoing emails configuration (see examples above)
email_delivery:
delivery_method: :smtp
smtp_settings:
address: smtp.example.net
port: 25
domain: example.net
authentication: :login
user_name: "redmine@example.net"
password: "redmine"
# Absolute path to the directory where attachments are stored.
# The default is the 'files' directory in your Redmine instance.
# Your Redmine instance needs to have write permission on this
# directory.
# Examples:
# attachments_storage_path: /var/redmine/files
# attachments_storage_path: D:/redmine/files
attachments_storage_path:
# Configuration of the autologin cookie.
# autologin_cookie_name: the name of the cookie (default: autologin)
# autologin_cookie_path: the cookie path (default: /)
# autologin_cookie_secure: true sets the cookie secure flag (default: false)
autologin_cookie_name:
autologin_cookie_path:
autologin_cookie_secure:
# Configuration of SCM executable command.
#
# Absolute path (e.g. /usr/local/bin/hg) or command name (e.g. hg.exe, bzr.exe)
# On Windows + CRuby, *.cmd, *.bat (e.g. hg.cmd, bzr.bat) does not work.
#
# On Windows + JRuby 1.6.2, path which contains spaces does not work.
# For example, "C:\Program Files\TortoiseHg\hg.exe".
# If you want to this feature, you need to install to the path which does not contains spaces.
# For example, "C:\TortoiseHg\hg.exe".
#
# Examples:
# scm_subversion_command: svn # (default: svn)
# scm_mercurial_command: C:\Program Files\TortoiseHg\hg.exe # (default: hg)
# scm_git_command: /usr/local/bin/git # (default: git)
# scm_cvs_command: cvs # (default: cvs)
# scm_bazaar_command: bzr.exe # (default: bzr)
# scm_darcs_command: darcs-1.0.9-i386-linux # (default: darcs)
#
scm_subversion_command:
scm_mercurial_command:
scm_git_command:
scm_cvs_command:
scm_bazaar_command:
scm_darcs_command:
# Key used to encrypt sensitive data in the database (SCM and LDAP passwords).
# If you don't want to enable data encryption, just leave it blank.
# WARNING: losing/changing this key will make encrypted data unreadable.
#
# If you want to encrypt existing passwords in your database:
# * set the cipher key here in your configuration file
# * encrypt data using 'rake db:encrypt RAILS_ENV=production'
#
# If you have encrypted data and want to change this key, you have to:
# * decrypt data using 'rake db:decrypt RAILS_ENV=production' first
# * change the cipher key here in your configuration file
# * encrypt data using 'rake db:encrypt RAILS_ENV=production'
database_cipher_key:
# specific configuration options for production environment
# that overrides the default ones
production:
# specific configuration options for development environment
# that overrides the default ones
development:
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