Init

Initializes a bit workspace and creates Bit’s configuration, and a .bit directory, which will contain Bit’s objects & models. You can specify workspace defaults as parameters, that can later be changed in the configuration files.

Synopsis

bit init [-b|--bare] [-s|--shared <group-name>] [-T|--standalone] [--reset] [--reset-hard] [-c|--compiler] [-t|--tester] [-p|--package-manager] [-d|--default-directory]

and create the needed directories.

Options

-b, —bare [name]

Initializes an empty bit bare Collection.

bit init --bare

-s, —shared

Adds group write permissions to a Scope properly.

bit init --shared group-name

-T, —standalone

Creates the component store outside the .git directory.

bit init --standalone

—reset

Resets Bit to its initial state. Use this in case you have any corrupted data.

bit init --reset

—reset-hard

Removes Bit completely from a local workspace. Use this in case you want to completely remove Bit from your project.

This will delete .bitmap, bit.json and .bit.

bit init --reset-hard

—compiler <compiler name>

Specifies default compiler to used in the workspace

bit init --compiler @bit/bit.envs.compilers.react-typescript

—tester <tester name>

Specifies default tester to use in the workspace

bit init --tester @bit/bit.envs.testers.jest

—package-manager <npm | yarn> Specifies the default package manager to use when installing components.

bit init --package-manager yarn  

—default-directory <directory name> Specifies up the default directory to which components will be imported.

bit init --default-directory src/imports
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