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Produces env vars from Heroku-style database URLs

Project description

url2env

Turns database URLs into shell environment variables.

Usage:

$ url2env psql://joebloggs:secret@db.example.com:4433/blog
PGUSER=joebloggs
PGPASSWORD=secret
PGHOST=db.example.com
PGPORT=4433
PGDATABASE=blog

With all options:

$ url2env --engine --export --prefix=DB_ psql://joebloggs:secret@db.example.com:4433/blog
export DB_ENGINE=psql
export DB_USER=joebloggs
export DB_PASSWORD=secret
export DB_HOST=db.example.com
export DB_PORT=4433
export DB_DATABASE=blog

The output could be used in conjunction with eval, e.g.::

$ eval $(url2env $DATABASE_URL)

Installation

$ pip install zerotk.url2env

Distribution

$ git tag <x.y>
$ make build upload

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