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Run command in the context same as application

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Run your commands in your application context. Let’s eliminate cd and source in your crontab!


  • Supports Python 2.7 only

We’ll be supporting 3.5 soon.


$ pip install --user appdo
(venv)$ pip install appdo


First, write your config file ~/.appdo.conf in TOML.

cd = "~/work/myapp"
source = ["/etc/profile", "~/.bash_profile"]
prefix = "bundle exec"

PAGER    = "cat"
RACK_ENV = "staging"

Then run appdo command. The commands will be executed in the config manner.

$ appdo rake -vT

Which is equivalent to:

$ cd ~/work/myapp
$ source /etc/profile
$ source ~/.bash_profile
$ PAGER=cat RACK_ENV=staging bundle exec rake -vT


0.2.0 (2016-04-24)

  • Publicly released.

  • License changed into Apache License

  • cd option added to config file

  • returns error when no command specified.

  • –listapp command line option added to see what app you’ve set

0.1.2 (2016-04-22)

  • Initial release

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