@eliasgcf/type-env
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typeEnv

create a .d.ts file to your .env file

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⚙️ Getting Started

Requirements

Instalation

$ yarn global add @eliasgcf/type-env
# or
$ npm install -g @eliasgcf/type-env

Usage

Path

create the env.d.ts inside another folder: --path/-p

$ typeEnv --path=src/my-types

File

change the default env file (.env): --file/-f

$ typeEnv --file .other.env

Show

just show the results and not create the d.ts file: --show/-s

$ typeEnv --show

Config

You can now check the settings for each environment, be it with typescript or javascript.

$ typeEnv -c ts
# or
$ typeEnv -c js

🤔 How to contribute

Make a fork of this repository

# Fork using GitHub official command line
# If you don't have the GitHub CLI, use the web site to do that.

$ gh repo fork EliasGcf/typeEnv

Follow the steps below

# Clone your fork
$ git clone your-fork-url && cd typeEnv

# Create a branch with your feature
$ git checkout -b my-feature

# Make the commit with your changes
$ git commit -m 'feat: My new feature'

# Send the code to your remote branch
$ git push origin my-feature

After your pull request is merged, you can delete your branch

📝 License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details.


Made with 💜 by Elias Gabriel 👋  See my linkedin

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