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env-sync package adapter for Laravel framework

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Last update: 2024-03-13 07:34:59 UTC


Environment Synchronization

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To get the latest version of Environment Synchronization, simply require the project using Composer:

$ composer require dragon-code/env-sync-laravel --dev

Or manually update require-dev block of composer.json and run composer update.

    "require-dev": {
        "dragon-code/env-sync-laravel": "^2.0"

Upgrade from andrey-helldar/env-sync-laravel

  1. In your composer.json file, replace "andrey-helldar/env-sync-laravel": "^1.0" with "dragon-code/env-sync-laravel": "^2.0".
  2. Run the composer update command.

How to use

This package scans files with *.php, *.json, *.yml, *.yaml and *.twig extensions in the specified folder, receiving from them calls to the env and getenv functions. Based on the received values, the package creates a key-value array. When saving, the keys are split into blocks by the first word before the _ character.

Also, all keys are sorted alphabetically.

Laravel / Lumen Frameworks

Just execute the php artisan env:sync command.

You can also specify the invocation when executing the composer update command in composer.json file:

    "scripts": {
        "post-update-cmd": [
            "php artisan env:sync"

Now, every time you run the composer update command, the environment settings file will be synchronized.

If you want to force the stored values, you can change the configuration file by publishing it with the command:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="DragonCode\EnvSync\Frameworks\Laravel\ServiceProvider"

Now you can change the file config/env-sync.php.

Native using

See the documentation in the base repository.


This package is licensed under the MIT License.