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    Dynamic configuration variable storage.

    🚨 ALWAYS PULL BEFORE MAKING CHANGES! Pushing to main without pulling may lead to merge conflicts.

    🚨 Do not change version in package.json! The deploy bot automatically does it for you.


    Steps for contributing:

    1. Create a feature branch
    2. Push your code to your feature branch
    3. Create a Pull Request on GitHub

    Please contribute to thie repo with either of the following:

    • Reusable functions
    • Universally applicable constants

    Publishing to NPM

    Pushes to `main` are automatically published to NPM. Please use caution and consult with the team before pushing to `main`.

    Config is a stable repository and changes only ever need to be made in the data folder.

    Underlying code changes will require manual publishing to NPM. To publish:

    1. Push a commit up to main with a new version number.
    2. Run yarn build locally to build the source.
    3. Run npm publish locally to publish the package.

    Creating Config Variables

    1. Navigate to your chosen service (i.e. raven-api) under the environment you're wishing to add your variable to from within the data directory.

    2. Create a new file within the service's folder with no extension with the exact name of your variable (i.e. /data/staging/raven-api/max_retry_count).

    3. Repeat for development, staging, and production folders. If you would like to add a fallback value in case no environment is specified, add it to default.

    4. Your variable name will be its relative path from the environment directory, except with . replacing /. For instance, a variable at /data/staging/raven-api/max_retry_count will be accessed via raven-api.max_retry_count.

    Using Config Variables

    1. Install: yarn add @raven-crypto/raven-config

    2. Import the Config class as follows.

      import Config from '@raven-crypto/raven-config'`
    3. Initialize it with an access token and an environment. Defaults environment to default.

      const config = new Config('abcdefghijklmnop', 'production')
    4. Retrieve a config variable via the config object.

      // The second parameter is the default value if the config variable cannot be retrieved.
      // The third parameter is the duration to cache a non-empty result before trying again.
      const maxRetryCount = await config.getNumber('raven-api.max_retry_count', 3, CACHE_DURATION.LONG)




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