Laravel Dot Env Generator
A Laravel 5 command that generates a
.env.gen file containing all environment
variables defined in
.env as well as any undefined variables that are being
used throughout the project.
Install the package using composer:
composer require mathiasgrimm/laravel-dot-env-gen:dev-master
Add the service provider:
// config/app.php 'providers' => [ ... 'MathiasGrimm\LaravelDotEnvGen\DotEnvGenServiceProvider', ... ],
.env.gen to your
You can control which directories are scanned by providing exclusion rules in
dotenvgen.php config file. For a fresh Laravel install, we suggest that
all subdirectories inside
vendor are ignored except for
Publish the config file:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Vendor\Providers\DotEnvGenServiceProvider" --tag="config"
// config/dotenvgen.php 'rules' => [ // Ignores all files inside `vendor` except for those in `vendor/laravel` 'vendor' => ['laravel'], // Ignores the `database/seeds` directory 'database/seeds' => , ],
From the command line, run
php artisan env:gen.
.env.gen file will be generated in your project’s root folder. Make any
changes you may need, then rename the file to
Along with generating the
.env.gen file, the command will notify you if a
defined environment variable is unused as well as alert you if an undefined
environment variable is being used.