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now-env - Use `now.json` environment variables while developing

  •    Javascript

With the help of this package, you can easily set environment variables for the use in development.If you're already using a now.json file or the now key in package.json, the env sub property will be assigned to process.env automatically.

config - A configuration library for Go that parses environment variables, JSON files, and reloads automatically on SIGHUP

  •    Go

A small configuration library for Go that parses environment variables, JSON files, and reloads automatically on SIGHUP. Constructor that initializes a Config object and sets up the SIGHUP watcher.




env-dot-prop - ♻️ Get, set, or delete nested properties of process.env using a dot path

  •    Javascript

This package aim to let you access to your environment variables as if they were JavaScript object. See this guide to understand how to use this package to create a 12 Factor compliant configuration system for you app.Returns the values of env keys at the path specified.

environ_config - Configuration with env variables for Python

  •    Python

environ_config is released under the MIT license. It targets Python 2.7, 3.5 and newer, and PyPy.

emacs-direnv - direnv integration for emacs

  •    Emacs

this package provides direnv integration for emacs. it works by invoking direnv to obtain the environment for the current file, then updating the emacs variables process-environment and exec-path.

envfile - Parse and write environment files with Node.js

  •    Javascript

Parse and stringify the environment configuration files and format, also known as .env files and dotenv files


envyable - The simplest yaml to ENV config loader.

  •    Ruby

The simplest yaml to ENV config loader. to your config so that you do not check in /config/env.yml.

envset - Set env vars before running your program, manage environment and secrets.

  •    Javascript

envset runs another program with a custom environment according to values defined in a .envset config file, which follows the ini file format. You can share this file between team members. Inspired by daemontools' tool envdir.

serverless-env-generator - A Serverless 1

  •    Javascript

This plugin automatically creates a .env file during deployment by merging environment variables from one or more YAML files. During runtime these variables can then be loaded into process.env using dotenv. For a brief introduction, read our blogpost about introducing serverless-env-generator.

webpack-dotenv-plugin - Use dotenv with webpack.

  •    Javascript

Use dotenv with webpack. dotenv is a fantastic and useful way to manage environment variables. I wanted to keep the good times going when working with webpack for frontend projects.

env-var - solution for loading and sanatizing environment variables in node.js

  •    Javascript

In the example below we read the environment variable PARALLEL_LIMIT, ensure it is set, and parse it to an integer. Over time it became apparent that parsing environment variables is a repetitive task, and testing code that relies on can be cumbersome.

phpunit-globals - Allows to use annotations to define global variables in PHPUnit test cases

  •    PHP

Allows to use annotations to define global variables in PHPUnit test cases. Global variables are set before each test case is executed, and brought to the original state after each test case has finished.

tfenv - Transform environment variables for use with Terraform (e

  •    Go

It can also intelligently map environment variables to terraform command line arguments (e.g. TF_CLI_INIT_BACKEND_CONFIG_BUCKET=example → TF_CLI_ARGS_init=-backend-config=bucket=example). NOTE: tfenv is not a terraform version manager. It strictly manages environment variables much like env or direnv.

serverless-shell - ⚡️🐚 Serverless Shell with environment variables plugin

  •    Javascript

A Serverless v1.x plugin to drop to a local shell with your environment variables from serverless.yml. If you want to launch a different shell than the runtime's default, you can specify that with in the custom section of your config. This can be used to for things like using babel-node instead of node or even dropping to bash with the right env vars set.

mconfig - MCONFIG is a lightweight Golang library for integrating configs files like (json, yml, toml) and environment variables into one config struct

  •    Go

Mconfig is a lightweight Golang library for integrating configs files like (json, yml, toml) and environment variables into one config struct. Mconfig is designed to be very simple and straightforward to use. All you can do with it is load configurations to a predifined struct.

envy - Envy automatically exposes environment variables for all of your Go flags

  •    Go

Automatically exposes environment variables for all of your flags. It supports the standard flags package along with limited support for Cobra commands. Envy takes a namespace prefix that will be used for environment variable lookups. Each flag registered in your app will be prefixed, uppercased, and hyphens exchanged for underscores; if a matching environment variable is found, it will set the respective flag value as long as the value is not otherwise explicitly set (see usage for precedence).