DipDup configuration file is usually stored on the top level of your project and has default name dipdup.yml. You can also have multiple configuration files and explicitly provide the target name via -c option when using CLI.
dipdup -c custom-config.yml
Configuration file consists of several logical blocks:
Top level sections
* — optional sections
DipDup supports compose-style variable expansion with optional default value:
You can use environment variables throughout the configuration file except for the property names (keys).
Multiple config files
DipDup allows you to customize configuration for a specific environment or a workflow. It works pretty much the same as in Docker Compose, but only for the top level sections (i.e. you cannot override just a single nested property, you need to provide the entire new section). In order to merge several DipDup files use -c command line option multiple times: