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An utility package for exposing Java-style properties from property-files as variables in Robot Framework

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robotframework-propertyfile

An utility package for exposing Java-style properties from property-files as variables in Robot Framework

Usage

You need to download the file propertyfile.py from here:

https://gist.githubusercontent.com/AdamHepner/bc3e754fb2e808bce190e6e24dff8225/raw/5ef13029dbf04ae1bd68f9bd84afbd61a9406b0c/PropertyFile.py

and make it available in your Robot Framework library search path

Then you can point your .robot file towards any properties file using:

| Settings | | | |
| Variables | propertyfile | path_to_your_propertyfile.prop | variable_prefix |

This will make sure, that all properties from the file path_to_your_propertyfile.prop are available in your .robot file, prefixed with variable_prefix followed by underscore. So, the following entry in property file:

http.proxyHost = 192.168.0.1

becomes ${variable_prefix_http_proxyHost}.

All available environment variables are expanded!

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