Administration tool for development and devops, according to the 12factor principles as applied by Grrr
$ npm install -g 12g
$ 12g -h [command] [subcommand]
$ 12g env template
This will create a copy of your local
.env file, named
.env.template, with all values emptied.
$ 12g env get -e [target environment name] --var=DB_HOST
This will print the value from the environment variable set in the
.env file on the target.
undefined if the variable is not set.
$ 12g env list -e [target environment name]
This will list the variables from the
.env file on the target, without quotes or comments.
Target environment is probably
depending on your setup.
If the targeted environment is remote, an SSH connection will be attempted, if Capistrano configuration can be found.
Default the values will be pretty-printed, but listing in JSON is also possible:
$ 12g env list -e [target environment name] -o json
--output sets the output format.
$ 12g env name
This will print out the name of the current environment.
12g dock [command] to execute a Docker command directly on your Docker Compose webserver.
It has to be running and it will have to adhere to the naming standards as we use them at
@grrr-amsterdam, which is basically calling your httpd service 'web'.
$ 12g dock bash $ 12g dock g spawn $ 12g dock g snippet create
You can use shorthand syntax in the provided argument for common environment names:
$ 12g env list -e s
To list the environment for