In Using Composer documentation page, it is explained that setting authentication tokens is required for commercial updates.
But it is not explained that these tokens are also required to install eZ Studio altogether.
If an user attempts to setup a fresh install of eZ Studio, wishing to use composer install in a non interactive mode, his only solution is to store the tokens globally. (since no project has been created before composer install executes, composer config without --global will fail).
Is there a chance that the referred documentation page is enhanced in order to include a reference to this fact.
Alternatively, is there a way to perform an unattended install (automated) without the requirement for the tokens to be stored globally?