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Run command with environment populated by the .env file.

Project description

Run command with environment variables populated by python-dotenv.

Installation

If using Pipenv:

pipenv install --dev python-dotenv-run

Otherwhise:

pip install python-dotenv-run

Instruction onwards assumes you use Pipenv. If you do not, simply drop the pipenv run prefix in all commands.

Usage

Say you have a Flask app in a file named webapp.py:

import flask

app = flask.Flask(__name__)

@app.route('/')
def hello():
    return "Hello World!"

Add a file named .env alongside with the project:

FLASK_APP=webapp.py

After installing dependencies, you can run it like this:

pipenv run dotenv-run flask run

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