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README.rst

Autoenv: Directory-based Environments

Magic per-project shell environments. Very pretentious.

What is it?

If a directory contains a .env file, it will automatically be excecuted when you cd into it.

This is great for...

  • auto-activating virtualenvs
  • project-specific environment variables
  • making millions

Foreman env files are completely compatible.

You can also nest envs within eachother. How awesome is that!?

Usage

Follow the white rabbit:

$ touch project/.env
$ echo "echo 'woah'" > project/.env
$ cd project
woah
http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_ltuzjvbQ6L1qzgpx9.gif

Install

Install it easily:

$ brew install autoenv

If you're on Linux, follow these simple steps:

$ git clone git://github.com/kennethreitz/autoenv.git ~/.autoenv
$ echo 'source ~/.autoenv/activate.sh' >> ~/.bashrc

Disclaimer

Autoenv overrides cd. If you already do this, invoke autoenv_init within your custom cd after sourcing activate.sh.

Testing

Install the test runner:

$ make
gem install dtf --version 0.1.2
Successfully installed dtf-0.1.2

Test:

$ make test
dtf tests/*
............
##### Processed commands 14 of 14, success tests 12 of 12.
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