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Load a CSON config file

Boring Config

CSON is great for config files, with less unnecessary tokens than JSON and more consistency than YAML.

Boring config loads a config file. It's deliberately sync - there's no point loading your app until its config file has been parsed.

First you'll need a config file. config.cson is a good name for a config file:

	# CSON has comments. Which is neat
	isProduction: null
		authKey: 'someApiKeyGoesHere' # TODO: pretty sure this isn't a real key
		userAgent: 'Mozilla/2.02Gold (Win95; I)'
	someOtherSetting: 'someValue'

Then require and use it like this:

var boringConfig = require('boring-config');

var config = boringConfig(__dirname + '/config.cson')