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       direnv-stdlib - functions for the .envrc


       direnv stdlib


       Outputs  a  bash  script  called  the  stdlib. The following commands are included in that
       script and loaded in the context of an .envrc. In addition, it  also  loads  the  file  in
       /.direnvrc if it exists.


   has <command>
       Returns 0 if the command is available. Returns 1 otherwise. It can be a binary in the PATH
       or a shell function.


              if has curl; then
                echo "Yes we do"

   expand_path <rel_path> [<relative_to>]
       Outputs the absolute path of rel_path relative to relative_to or the current directory.


              cd /usr/local/games
              expand_path ../foo
              # output: /usr/local/foo

   dotenv [<dotenv_path>]
       Loads a ".env" file into the current environment

   user_rel_path <abs_path>
       Transforms an absolute path abs_path into a user-relative path if possible.


              echo $HOME
              # output: /home/user
              user_rel_path /home/user/my/project
              # output:  /my/project
              user_rel_path /usr/local/lib
              # output: /usr/local/lib

   find_up <filename>
       Outputs the path of filename when searched from the current directory up to /.  Returns  1
       if the file has not been found.


              cd /usr/local/my
              mkdir -p project/foo
              touch bar
              cd project/foo
              find_up bar
              # output: /usr/local/my/bar

   source_env <file_or_dir_path>
       Loads another .envrc either by specifying its path or filename.

       NOTE: the other .envrc is not checked by the security framework.

   source_up [<filename>]
       Loads another .envrc if found when searching from the parent directory up to /.

       NOTE: the other .envrc is not checked by the security framework.

   direnv_load [<command-generating-dump-output>]
       Applies  the  environment  generated  by  running  argv  as  a command. This is useful for
       adopting the environment of a child process - cause that process to run "direnv dump"  and
       then wrap the results with direnv_load.


              direnv_load opam-env exec -- direnv dump

   PATH_add <path>
       Prepends  the expanded path to the PATH environment variable. It prevents a common mistake
       where PATH is replaced by only the new path.


              # output: /home/user/my/project
              PATH_add bin
              echo $PATH
              # output: /home/user/my/project/bin:/usr/bin:/bin

   MANPATH_add <path>
       Prepends the expanded  path  to  the  MANPATH  environment  variable.  It  takes  care  of
       man-specific heuritic.

   path_add <varname> <path>
       Works like PATH_add except that it's for an arbitrary varname.

   load_prefix <prefix_path>
       Expands some common path variables for the given prefix_path prefix. This is useful if you
       installed something in the  prefix_path  using  ./configure  --prefix=$prefix_path    make
       install and want to use it in the project.

       Variables set:



              ./configure --prefix=$HOME/rubies/ruby-1.9.3
              make  make install
              # Then in the .envrc
              load_prefix  /rubies/ruby-1.9.3

   layout <type>
       A semantic dispatch used to describe common project layouts.

   layout go
       Sets the GOPATH environment variable to the current directory.

   layout node
       Adds "$PWD/node_modules/.bin" to the PATH environment variable.

   layout perl
       Setup      environment     variables     required     by     perl's     local::lib     See
       ⟨⟩ for more details.

   layout python [<python_exe>]
       Creates and loads a virtualenv environment under $PWD/.direnv/python-$python_version. This
       forces the installation of any egg into the project's sub-folder.

       It's  possible  to  specify the python executable if you want to use different versions of
       python (eg: layout python python3).

       Note that previously virtualenv was located  under  $PWD/.direnv/virtualenv  and  will  be
       re-used by direnv if it exists.

   layout python3
       A shortcut for layout python python3

   layout ruby
       Sets  the GEM_HOME environment variable to $PWD/.direnv/ruby/RUBY_VERSION. This forces the
       installation of any gems into the project's sub-folder. If you're using  bundler  it  will
       create  wrapper  programs  that  can  be invoked directly instead of using the bundle exec

   use <program_name> [<version>]
       A  semantic  command  dispatch  intended  for  loading  external  dependencies  into   the


              use_ruby() {
                echo "Ruby $1"
              use ruby 1.9.3
              # output: Ruby 1.9.3

   use rbenv
       Loads rbenv which add the ruby wrappers available on the PATH.

   use nix [...]
       Load environment variables from nix-shell.

       If  you  have  a  default.nix or shell.nix these will be used by default, but you can also
       specify packages directly (e.g use nix -p ocaml).

       See ⟨⟩

   use guix [...]
       Load environment variables from guix environment.

       Any arguments given will be passed to guix environment. For example, use guix hello  would
       setup  an environment with the dependencies of the hello package. To create an environment
       including hello, the --ad-hoc flag is used use guix --ad-hoc hello. Other options  include
       --load which allows loading an environment from a file.

       See ⟨⟩

   rvm [...]
       Should work just like in the shell if you have rvm installed.

   use node [<version>]:
       Loads NodeJS version from a .node-version or .nvmrc file.

       If  you  specify  a  partial NodeJS version (i.e. 4.2), a fuzzy match is performed and the
       highest matching version installed is selected.

       Example (.envrc):

              set -e
              use node

       Example (.node-version):


   use node <version>
       Loads specified NodeJS version.

       Example (.envrc):

              set -e
              use node 4.2.2

   watch_file <path> [<path> ...]
       Adds each file to direnv's  watch-list.  If  the  file  changes  direnv  will  reload  the
       environment on the next prompt.

       Example (.envrc):

              watch_file Gemfile

   direnv_version <version_at_least>
       Checks  that  the  direnv  version is at least old as version_at_least. This can be useful
       when sharing an .envrc and to make sure that the users are up to date.


       MIT licence - Copyright (C) 2019 @zimbatm and contributors


       direnv(1), direnv.toml(1)