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direnv is an extension for your shell. It augments existing shells with a new feature that can load and unload environment variables depending on the current directory.
Before each prompt, direnv checks for the existence of a
.envrc file (and optionally a
.env file) in the current and parent directories. If the file exists (and is authorized), it is loaded into a bash sub-shell and all exported variables are then captured by direnv and then made available to the current shell.
Direnv stores data here:
% find . -path *direnv/allow*
Python IDE for Professional Developers
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- Git integration
- Github Copilot integration
- Installs virtual envs internally