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Git Configuration

Learn how to configure Git for your project through the vercel.json file.
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The following configuration options can be used through a vercel.json file like the Project Configuration.

Type: Object of key branch identifier String and value Boolean, or Boolean.

Specify the branches that will not trigger an auto-deployment when committing to them. Any non specified branch is true by default.

Property's default value is true. In case you want to turn auto-deployments off for every branch, property value must be set to false.

vercel.json
{
  "git": {
    "deploymentEnabled": {
      "main": false
    }
  }
}

Type: Boolean.

When set to false, Vercel for GitHub will not apply the alias upon merge.

vercel.json
{
  "github": {
    "autoAlias": false
  }
}

Type: Boolean.

When set to false, Vercel for GitHub will always build pushes in sequence without cancelling a build for the most recent commit.

vercel.json
{
  "github": {
    "autoJobCancelation": false
  }
}

The github.silent property has been deprecated in favor of the new settings in the dashboard, which allow for more fine-grained control over which comments appear on your connected Git repositories. These settings can be found in the Git section of your project's settings.

Type: Boolean.

When set to true, Vercel for GitHub will stop commenting on pull requests and commits.

vercel.json
{
  "github": {
    "silent": true
  }
}

The github.enabled property has been deprecated in favor of git.deploymentEnabled, which allows you to disable auto-deployments for your project.

Type: Boolean.

When set to false, Vercel for GitHub will not deploy the given project regardless of the GitHub app being installed.

vercel.json
{
  "github": {
    "enabled": false
  }
}
Last updated on July 13, 2024