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direnv_stdlib - the ".envrc" stdlib
Outputs a bash script called the stdlib. The following commands are included in that
script and loaded in the context of an ".envrc". In addition, it also loads the file in
"~/.direnvrc" if it exists.
· has command: Returns 0 if the command is available. Returns 1 otherwise. It can
be a binary in the PATH or a shell function.
if has curl; then
echo "Yes we do"
· expand_path rel_path [relative_to]: Outputs the absolute path of rel_path
relative to relative_to or the current directory.
# output: /usr/local/foo
· dotenv [dotenv_path]: Loads a ".env" file into the current environment
· user_rel_path abs_path: Transforms an absolute path abs_path into a user-relative
path if possible.
# output: /home/user
# output: ~/my/project
# output: /usr/local/lib
· find_up filename: Outputs the path of filename when searched from the current
directory up to /. Returns 1 if the file has not been found.
mkdir -p project/foo
# output: /usr/local/my/bar
· source_env fileordir_path: Loads another ".envrc" either by specifying its path
· source_up [filename]: Loads another ".envrc" if found with the find_up command.
· direnv_load [command-generating-dump-output] Applies the environment generated by
running argv as a command. This is useful for adopting the environment of a child
process - cause that process to run "direnv dump" and then wrap the results with
direnv_load opam-env exec -- direnv dump
· PATH_add path: Prepends the expanded path to the PATH environment variable. It
prevents a common mistake where PATH is replaced by only the new path.
# output: /home/user/my/project
# output: /home/user/my/project/bin:/usr/bin:/bin
· path_add varname path: Works like PATH_add except that it's for an arbitrary
· load_prefix prefix_path: Expands some common path variables for the given
prefix_path prefix. This is useful if you installed something in the prefix_path
using ./configure --prefix=$prefix_path && make install and want to use it in the
make && make install
# Then in the .envrc
· layout type: A semantic dispatch used to describe common project layouts.
· layout go: Sets the GOPATH environment variable to the current directory.
· layout node: Adds "$PWD/node_modules/.bin" to the PATH environment variable.
· layout perl: Setup environment variables required by perl's local::lib See
⟨http://search.cpan.org/dist/local-lib/lib/local/lib.pm⟩ for more details
· layout python [python_exe]: Creates and loads a virtualenv environment under
$PWD/.direnv/python-$python_version. This forces the installation of any egg into
the project's sub-folder.
It's possible to specify the python executable if you want to use different
versions of python (eg: layout python python3).
Note that previously virtualenv was located under $PWD/.direnv/virtualenv and will
be re-used by direnv if it exists.
· layout python3: A shortcut for layout python python3
· layout ruby: Sets the GEMHOME environment variable to
`$PWD/.direnv/ruby/RUBYVERSION. This forces the installation of any gems into the
project's sub-folder. If you're using bundler it will create wrapper programs
that can be invoked directly instead of using thebundle exec` prefix.
· use program_name [version]: A semantic command dispatch intended for loading
external dependencies into the environment.
echo "Ruby $1"
use ruby 1.9.3
# output: Ruby 1.9.3
· use rbenv: Loads rbenv which add the ruby wrappers available on the PATH.
· use nix [...]: Load environment variables from nix-shell.
If you have a default.nix or shell.nix these will be used by default, but you can
also specify packages directly (e.g use nix -p ocaml).
· rvm ...: Should work just like in the shell if you have rvm installed.
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