Files in the top-level directory from the latest check-in
A Clojure library designed to make working with environment variables easier.
2.0.* to 3.0.*
parse-* any more -- there are
clojure.core alternatives now
For security purposes, we have made masking of value display the default
behavior. If you want to see the value of a variable, simply add
:masked? false to everything that you don't want to mask.
Say you want to define a binding in a namespace that is filled in by the value specified in an environment variable. Here's the very simplest way to do it:
(require '[defenv.core :refer [defenv]]) (defenv path)
Then, if you run
@path you will see the value of the
PATH environment variable.
Also, you could try running
DEFENV_TESTING=bob lein usage
Questions I imagined you might ask
Why does `defenv` make delayed bindings?
Well, the project contains a bit of other magic. If you don't make a binding to a variable optional, an exception will be thrown when it is dereferenced if it isn't set. We don't want these exceptions to be thrown during compile time. Therefore, they must be delayed.
Why can't I load property files and declare multiple environments in my `project.clj` and stuff?
This library was designed for https://12factor.net/ apps
Copyright © 2023 Stephen Starkey
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