Automatically and implicitly load environment variables from .env file
Environment variables are a great and popular way to configure your application. Although the number of such variables can be really high in a big application, making it annoying to manage during development.
Common solution for this issue is usage of
.env files which contain all variables
that should be loaded into your development environment. There are different ways
to do this, for example handy python-dotenv
package. But it should be executed explicitly in order to work. In my projects
I don't want to add
load_dotenv() execution in my code that is running on
production, and I'm too lazy to create customer runners for development only.
Thus, I made load-dotenv that can do this for me automatically.
pip install load-dotenv
.env file in your working directory and put your variables there.
For details about file format, please refer
Run your application with
LOAD_DOTENV variable set to one of
Alternative path to the file can be specified via
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