A utility for validating paths in environment variables and modifying them safely
A utility for validating paths in environment variables and modifying them safely.
- Python 3
You can install
pip3 install path-diag
Diagnose environment variable problems
$PATH contains any invalid paths:
$PATH is the default variable to check.
You can specify another variable. For example:
$ pathdiag --var PYTHONPATH
You can also specify an increased verbosity which will also print the paths that are successfully checked:
$ pathdiag -v ✓ /usr/local/bin ✓ /usr/bin ✓ /bin ✓ /usr/sbin ✓ /sbin
Safely append/prepend paths to environment variables
You can use the bash functions in order to take advantage of this features by adding the following line on top of your
Then you can use the
safe_prepend functions. For example:
safe_append "/usr/local/Cellar/node/7.4.0/bin" safe_prepend "/usr/local/opt/python/libexec/bin"
This will add
/usr/local/Cellar/node/7.4.0/bin at the end of
$PATH if this path passes the validation checks, and will also add
/usr/local/opt/python/libexec/bin at the beginning of
$PATH, again if no errors are identified.
All contributions are welcomed. Make sure your code passes
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