Load environment variables from a `.env` file.
Load environment variables at runtime from a
Deploying applications should be simple. This implies constraints:
The twelve-factor app stores config in environment variables (often shortened to env vars or env). Env vars are easy to change between deploys without changing any code... they are a language- and OS-agnostic standard.
An environment is the set of variables known to a process (say,
It is desirable to mimic the production environment during development (testing,
staging, ...) by reading these values from a file.
This library parses that file and merges its values with the built-in
Get the latest:
$ pub global activate dotenv
$ pub global run dotenv:new # create a .env file and add it to .gitignore $ pub global run dotenv # load the file and print the environment to stdout
Use the issue tracker for bug reports and feature requests.
Pull requests gleefully considered.
- bkeepers/dotenv (ruby)
- motdotla/dotenv (node)
- theskumar/python-dotenv (python)
- joho/godotenv (go)
- slapresta/rust-dotenv (rust)
- chandu/dotenv (c#)
- tpope/lein-dotenv, rentpath/clj-dotenv (clojure)
- mefellows/sbt-dotenv (scala)
- greenspun/dotenv (half of common lisp)