Commit 4ccc06de authored by Cyril Guilloud's avatar Cyril Guilloud
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details for "global" configuration info in root __init__.yml

removed SPEC vs BLISS title
parent 79e1f117
......@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ The following database files:
└── directory_1
└── file_1.yml
# file_1.yml contents:
name: object_1
......@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@ The following database files:
Produce the following internal representation:
>>> from bliss.config.static import get_config
>>> config = get_config() # loads YAML tree from Beacon server,
# and parse it to create a 'config' object
......@@ -158,12 +158,15 @@ It is possible to associate mappings to a directory itself by adding a
This can be used to define **global items**, with a scope limited to their
└── directory_1
└── file_1.yml
└── __init__.yml
# __init__.yml file contents
my_global: hello
......@@ -175,12 +178,25 @@ my_global: hello
When restarting a SPEC session, all the config was reloaded and
parameters taken into account automatically.
For performance considerations, in BLISS:
## root config file
Root `__init__.yml` is located and can be used to setup "global" configuration info.
It can be used for example to:
* [configure the data policy](
* define a global name like the [instrument name](
See here: to [read Root `__init__.yml` from a BLISS controller](
## Configuration behavior
Unlike in a SPEC session restart, where all the config was reloaded and
parameters taken into account automatically, for performance considerations,
* the config is reloaded:
* on-demand: `config.reload()`
......@@ -190,21 +206,9 @@ For performance considerations, in BLISS:
* on demand with `obj.apply_config()`
* it is possible to mix both reload and apply with: `obj.apply_config(reload=True)`
## configuration behavior
Changing a configuration parameter, example of the velocity of a BlissAxis.
![Changing a configuration parameter](img/apply_config.png)
## Saving parameters
Example to save the velocity of an axis into YAML configuration file:
DEMO [1]: m1.config.set("velocity", 9)
DEMO [2]:
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