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Command-line tool for generating environment variables from AWS Secrets

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# secret2env

Command-line tool for generating sourcable environment variables from secrets in AWS Secrets Manager
using a YAML definition.

## Installation

$ pip install secrets2env

## Environment Definition

Below is an example environment definition. The values for environment variables will be generated
using `.format()` and keyword arguments.

- secret: aws/secret-name
value: "{key1-in-secret}"
- secret: production/postgresql
name: PSQL_URI
value: "postgresql://{username}:{password}@postgresql:5432/{dbname}"

## Usage

A definition like the one above is expected in `./aws-secrets.yml`. Running `secrets2env` will
print a sourceable environment to STDOUT which can be `eval`d or redirected to an environment file.

# using the aws-secrets.yml definition above
$ secrets2env
# Autogenerated by <path/to/installed/>
export ENV_SECRET='some-secret'
export PSQL_URI='postgresql://pg-user:pg-pw@postgresql:5432/pgdb'

# you can eval directly
eval "`secrets2env`"
# or redirect to file
echo -e "\n`secrets2env`" >>

## Limitations / TODOs

* currently only supports `SecretString`
* currently only supports OsX and Linux
* no automated tests

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