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Automatically set environment variables from .env file when running any Python command.

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AutoDotEnv is a simple tool to automatically set environment variables from a .env file when running any Python command.


  1. pip install AutoDotEnv
  2. Install your Python-based tools of choice that can be configured via environment variables (e.g. awscli, ansible).
  3. Create a .env file in the current directory values set to configure the installed tools.
  4. Run your installed tools and environment variables will be set automatically from the .env file.


  • Configure AutoDotEnv options via environment variables.
  • Configure AutoDotEnv options via a config file.
  • Load variables from file patterns other than .env.
  • Load variables only for certain Python scripts/tools.

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