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Deceive Ansible to template Trellis .env files to local Bedrock
$ npx @itinerisltd/enveigle just work! No installation required.
$ cd /path/to/trellis # For normal Trellis setup $ npx @itinerisltd/enveigle # For brave developers $ npx @itinerisltd/enveigle --env=my-custom-dev-env --callback_dir=callback_dir=/path/to/my/callback/dir # For the confused $ npx @itinerisltd/enveigle --help Deceive Ansible to template Trellis .env files to local Bedrock USAGE $ npx @itinerisltd/enveigle OPTIONS -c, --callback_dir=callback_dir [default: lib/trellis/plugins/callback] ansible callback directory -e, --env=env [default: development] local environment name -h, --help show CLI help -v, --version show CLI version
Yes. You can change them via environment variables.
These 2 commands are equivalent:
$ ENVEIGLE_ENV=my-env ENVEIGLE_CALLBACK_DIR=/my/callback/dir npx @itinerisltd/enveigle $ npx @itinerisltd/enveigle --env=my-env --callback_dir=callback_dir=/my/callback/dir
enveigleinstead of using
Yes. However, you are responsible for updating it.
# yarn or npm doesn't matter $ yarn global add @itinerisltd/enveigle $ cd /path/to/trellis $ enveigle
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