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Hexafice
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Tired of installing a shit ton of cli tools, go, npm, whatever locally? Give it a shot and run your commands in project specific docker containers. Also works in Ci.
Im new to golang so I'm also happy about feedback :)

Project Type
Existing open source project
Summary

Tired of installing a shit ton of cli tools, go, npm, whatever locally? Give it a shot and run your commands in project specific docker containers. Also works in Ci. <br /> Im new to golang so I&#039;m also happy about feedback :)

Tech Stack
Golang, Docker
Current Team Size
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  • 2
    I'll look into it, thank!

    (And welcome to devRant!)
  • 0
    Skimmed the page, but didn't find anything regard macOS. Does this tools support Crapple's OS?
  • 1
    @Avyiel i do have binaries build for mac -> https://bintray.com/envcli/golang/...

    But i don't have a mac, it should work in theory but i can't test it ;)

    Therefore its not on the readme yet.

    Also im not really *new* to devrant, i've been using the app for over half a year without registering.
  • 0
    @Hexafice lovely, just downloaded it and the `--help` runs fine :) I'll sign up on the repo and see if I can test stuff for you. Tool seems really nice
  • 0
    I'm on mac. Compiled from source. It won't read the config file.
  • 0
    @windlessuser

    It searches for the config file in your current working dir or parent directories until it finds a `.envcli.yml`.

    You can also specify a global config for commands that should work outside of your projects (ex. kubectl,...) - you can set that with `envcli config set global-configuration-path /etc/envcli` (a directory which needs to contain a `.envcli.yml`.

    Are you sure that the file exists and is valid? Can you try it again with this one: https://github.com/EnvCLI/EnvCLI/...

    What error message do you get?
  • 0
    @Hexafice WARN[0000] No project configuration found in current or parent directories. Only the global commands are available.

    ERRO[0000] No configuration for command [npm] found.
  • 0
    I changed command to images and it started to "work".

    Now it just says executing command in container then exits.
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