GPTCommit: Open gptcommit configuration file
Open the local gptcommit configuration file (~/.git/gptcommit.toml)
ExpressMode: If true, generated message will be filled into the Source Control commit message input box directly, instead of opening a new editor.
ExpressModeContent: Content of the message to fill in the express mode.
Note that to show per-file summary, you need to enable "show per-file summary" by running the GPTCommit: Show per-file summary command.
GptcommitPath: Path to the gptcommit executable.
OnFiles: Diff of files to use for generating the commit message.
staged: Use staged files
unstaged: Use unstaged files
tryStagedThenUnstaged: Try staged files first, then try unstaged files if no staged files are found
Note that now all the configuration via the extension is saved in the .git/gptcommit.toml file. If you have to change advanced configuration, you can edit the .git/gptcommit.toml file directly, but make sure you know what you are doing. You can also use the GPTCommit: Open gptcommit configuration file command to open the configuration file.
If you want to use the configuration globally, you can copy the .git/gptcommit.toml file to ~/.config/gptcommit/config.toml, or just the sections of the configuration you want to be used globally.
Also refer to the gptcommit documentation for more information.