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gx makes it easy to build and deploy Grainite applications. This guide will go over all of gx’s capabilities in detail.
Before getting started, it is important to note that gx gets some properties from a
.gxfile located at
$HOME. This file contains declarations of some frequently used arguments and can be modified at any time. If
.gxis not found in
$HOMEat runtime, it is created automatically.
To use a specific properties file for individual commands,
--gxFile <properties file>can be used. Now, instead of getting properties from
$HOME/.gx, properties will be fetched from the provided
<properties file>, for the preceding command.
.gxproperties file can either be edited directly or modified using
gx config <property> <value>.