Autoenv will automatically execute certain commands whenever you “cd” into a directory containing a “.env” file. This is an excellent command-line tool for enhancing productivity. My most common use for Autoenv is activating virtual environments or setting environment variables.
Install with Homebrew:
brew install autoenv echo "source $(brew --prefix autoenv)/activate.sh" >> ~/.bash_profile
This can also be installed using pip or git. The alternative methods can be found here.
Once you get autoenv installed, simply create a .env file in your project directory:
Open this file with an editor. From here, you can enter any command you need to execute:
echo 'it works!' source venv/bin/activate
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