gem install confiture
or in your Gemfile:
In order to use confiture, just include it into a configuration klass:
module Your class Configuration include Confiture::Configuration confiture_allowed_keys(:secret, :key) confiture_defaults(secret: 'SECRET_STUFF', key: 'EVEN_MOAR_SECRET') end end
Rails style initializer (config/initializers/asin.rb):
Your::Configuration.configure do |config| config.secret = 'your-secret' config.key = 'your-key' end
YAML style configuration:
Your::Configuration.configure yaml: 'config/some.yml'
Inline style configuration:
Your::Configuration.configure secret: 'your-secret', key: 'your-key' # or client.configure secret: 'your-secret', key: 'your-key'
Your::Configuration.with_config(key: "temp-key") do [...] end
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