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globals - Global identifiers from different JavaScript environments

  •    Javascript

Extracted from JSHint and ESLint and merged.It's just a JSON file, so use it in whatever environment you like.

eslint-plugin-bem-xjst - ESLint environments for bem-xjst

  •    Javascript

Note: You may install ESLint globally using the -g flag. Note: If you installed ESLint globally (using the -g flag) then you must also install eslint-plugin-bem-xjst globally.




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.

firebase-ci - Simplified Firebase interaction for continuous integration

  •    Javascript

Advanced configuration of Firebase deployment is often necessary when deploying through continuous integration environment. Instead of having to write and invoke your own scripts, firebase-ci provides an easy way to create/modify advanced configurations.

postcss-env-function - Use env() variables in CSS

  •    Javascript

PostCSS Environment Variables lets you use env() variables in CSS, following the CSS Environment Variables specification.

assert-dotenv - :warning: One fell swoop for loading and asserting environment settings in node.

  •    Javascript

One fell swoop for loading and asserting environment settings in node. Otherwise, your environment settings are applied and your application executes as expected.


dotenv-assert - :warning: Requires specified environment settings to exist in node applications

  •    Javascript

Requires specified environment settings to exist in node applications. Otherwise, your environment settings are applied and your application executes as expected.

postcss-env-function - Use env() variables in CSS

  •    Javascript

PostCSS Environment Variables lets you use env() variables in CSS, following the CSS Environment Variables specification. The importFrom option specifies sources where Environment Variables can be imported from, which might be JS and JSON files, functions, and directly passed objects.

gulp-environments - A library for conditionally executing code in Gulp depending on an environment.

  •    Javascript

A Gulp plug-in that makes it convenient to create separate environments, such as development and production, to run your tasks in.

backdrop - A utility for configuring iOS and OSX applications for different environments

  •    Swift

Apply the config named 'staging' in the EnvFile.plist, and generate a new version number. Later we'll publish to Brew and MacPorts, but for now, this executable Swift script can be used.

pytest-envvars - Pytest plugin to validate use of envvars on your tests

  •    Python

pytest-envvars randomize values of environment variables on your unit tests to check consistency of mocks about configuration. If the test has a wrong mock, this test will be broken. You need write some changes on pytest.ini file, like that...

AutSPACEs - Code respository for AutSPACEs: the Autistica/Turing citizen science platform

  •    Python

This repository holds the code for AutSPACEs. AutSPACEs is a citizen science platform co-created by autistic people and their supporters alongside researchers and the open source community. It is linked to the Autistica/Turing Citizen Science repository, which is used for project management and to hold resources. If you'd like to take part in anything which isn't directly related to building the platform, take a look there. There are lots of ways to get involved. You can find out more in the contributing guidelines.






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