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Environment variables in C#
There is an aptly named Environment.ExpandEnvironmentVariables that should do the work for you.

Categories : C#

Problems with environment variables
$NDK is not a command. When you say $NDK at the shell prompt, then the OS tries to execute /home/myname/Scrivania/android-ndk which is probably not what you want. Even if the directory /home/myname/Scrivania/android-ndk were to exist you would get the error you mentioned upon saying $NDK. You probably wanted to say cd $NDK or such.

Categories : Linux

How do I get Netbeans 7.3.1 to see my environment variables on Mac OS X (10.8.3)?
You could define them in /etc/launchd.conf and restart system. See this for example

Categories : Osx

Do .NET Environment Variables get deleted
Each process on windows gets its own copy of the environment variables, and they're all gone after the process terminates. However, you can modify the external environment in some ways, some of them are explained a few clicks away from the link you've provided: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/system.environmentvariabletarget%28v=vs.90%29.aspx

Categories : C#

Monodroid Environment variables
After stepping through some code, I've summarised the locations given by Xamarin Android for each of the different System.Environment variables below. I don't have an iOS project available, but if anyone could post the iOS equivalents I'd be grateful. ApplicationData "/data/data/ProjectName.ProjectName/files/.config" CommonApplicationData "/usr/share" CommonProgramFiles "" Cookies "" Desktop "/data/data/ProjectName.ProjectName/files/Desktop" DesktopDirectory "/data/data/ProjectName.ProjectName/files/Desktop" Favorites "" History "" InternetCache "" LocalApplicationData "/data/data/ProjectName.ProjectName/files/.local/share" MyComputer "" MyDocuments "/data/data/Projec

Categories : C#

Accessing environment variables
Rails.env only gives you the value of ENV["RAILS_ENV"] or ENV["RACK_ENV"]. If none of them were set, it returns "development". The ENV object is provided by Ruby. For another way to access it, you might consider either implementing it by yourself, or using the figaro gem. Set environment variables in a YAML config. Then they can be accessed like this: Figaro.env.rails_relative_url_root

Categories : Ruby On Rails

environment variables in .bashrc not being set
I would suggest managing environment variables with the figaro gem. Put environment variables in the yaml configuration file and they will be available in ENV. It also provides a helpful rake task to set the variables on Heroku.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Different environment variables per war in tomcat
Its easy if you run two instances of Tomcat independently. I'm assuming here you are talking about the OS environment variables. You can also set properties in Tomcat for each war/web app. That would let you run two wars in one Tomcat instance. But that's not what you asked.

Categories : Java

Getting user environment variables using PHP
Apache on Centos doesn't include the env variables like you expect. One solution is to include by hand the file inside /etc/sysconfig/httpd. append /etc/profile.d/marketing_vars.sh to the end of /etc/sysconfig/httpd restart apache The best solution to be consistent in apache, CLI and crons is to use a configuration file and include/parse it to get the variable.

Categories : PHP

where does CMAKE get environment variables?
In your .bashrc file you need to export the COCOS_ROOT variable, otherwise it's not passed to child processes: export COCOS_ROOT=/path/to/cocos and not COCOS_ROOT=/path/to/cocos Your COCO_ROOT is available in your shell because the .bashrc file is loaded when your shell starts.

Categories : Bash

SSH via Java with Environment Variables
Instead of trying to run /etc/profile and .bashrc, try using them as source scripts. Execute this as part of your script or command: . .bashrc . /etc/profile . /etc/environment or any other relevant config script (the dot ad the beggining of the file is important).

Categories : Java

How to set environment variables in Supervisor service
Just do it separately: environment=SITE=domain1 command=python manage.py command Refer to http://supervisord.org/subprocess.html#subprocess-environment for more info.

Categories : Python

ssh and environment variables remote and local
What should be expanded locally, keep the sigil $ as is, like $foobar What you want to be expanded remotely, you may use backslashes : $foobar By default in here-docs, the variable are expanded. Ex. : cat<< EOF $UID EOF To avoid expanding in here-doc, you can use this form : cat<< 'EOF' $variable_that_will_not_been_expanded EOF or yours : cat<< EOF $variable_that_will_not_been_expanded EOF both works.

Categories : Bash

Creating Environment Variables in Linux using PHP
You could try exec("export VARNAME=777"); But... I don't believe there is such a thing as a persistent environment between requests with apache. One thing that you might want to do to get environment setup for a particular command is to set up a text file somewhere accessible by apache and populate it with your environment variables, one per line VARNAME=777 MY_VAR=COOL Then create a function like this run with environment function runWithEnvironment($cmd, $envronmentFile, &$output){ $env = file ($environmentFile, FILE_IGNORE_NEW_LINES); foreach($env as $line){ putenv($line); } $ret=null; exec($cmd, $output, $ret); return $ret; } This should abstract out setting up the environment prior to execution of your command.

Categories : PHP

Using Python change Environment Variables
Environment variables set in a child process (e.g. python) do not affect the parent process. It's a one-way street; if this could be done it would be very easy to exploit shells! The environment variables must be set in the parent process itself. This restriction is enforced by the operating system and is not specific to Python. Note that sourcing a file in a shell (e.g. . script.sh) doesn't create a new process; but there is no way to "source" Python files.

Categories : Python

Unset environment variables in loop
os.environ provides a mapping representing the environment. Deleting from it (using the del statement) will modify the environment.

Categories : Python

How to set environment variables for nginx to read?
You can define environment variable inside of supervisor's config with directive environment=VAR1=<VAR1>,VAR2=<VAR2> Something like that: [program:gunicorn] directory=/home/<USER>/.virtualenvs/<DOMAIN>/<PROJECT>/ command=/home/<USER>/.virtualenvs/<DOMAIN>/bin/gunicorn <PROJECT>.wsgi:application -c /home/<USER>/.virtualenvs/<DOMAIN>/<PROJECT>/<APP>/gunicorn_conf.py user = <USER> environment=SECRET_KEY=<SECRET_KEY>

Categories : Django

Setting environment variables Linux
I think the other simple round about can the changing the user of the TOMCAT. Set it to the root user. This will be useful only if you have set correct path and tomcat is working properly with root user. I also dont know if this is recommended or not.

Categories : Java

How to set corresponding GCC flags and environment variables in Eclipse CDT
i found the solution to this. So if anyone gets the same problem running Festival tts, it can help :) basically the environment flags and variables can be set in eclipse through project properties and changing the toolchain settings STEPS: UBUNTU 11.10 GCC 4.x pre-installed Elipse CDT was installed using terminal command pthreads configured in eclipse using: project->preferences->c/c++ build/settings->GCC linker-> library vars add "pthreads" Festival installed using: sudo apt-get install festival Festival dev installed using: sudo apt-get install festival-dev festvox-don build-essential g++ Unresolved inclusion error: goto eclipse, project->preferences->c/c++ build/settings and add festival,speech_tools path to c,c++,linker directories #include<stdio.h> #include<festival.h

Categories : C++

How can I pipe to the next command with new environment variables?
You could send by echo instead: Script on the left: #!/bin/bash X='Something X' Y='Something Y' echo "$X" echo "$Y" Command on the right: ... | bash -c "read -r X; read -r Y; echo "$X : $Y"" Produces: Something X : Something Y

Categories : Bash

Shell script to set environment variables
You need to run the script as source or the shorthand . source ./myscript.sh or . ./myscript.sh This will run within the existing shell, ensuring any variables created or modified by the script will be available after the script completes. Running the script just using the filename will execute the script in a separate subshell.

Categories : Shell

How to actually change/set environment variables from within emacs
Your shell in which you've started the Emacs hands over a copy of its environment to its child process (the Emacs), that's how the value is transmitted from the shell to the Emacs. Any change the Emacs then performs with its inherited environment will only affect the Emacs process's environment. There is no way the Emacs's environment can influence the environment of the shell. If you need to hand information back to the shell, you have to use different techniques like temp files, named pipes, sockets, … If you just want to check the environment of the Emacs itself, use M-x getenv to look at variables, or use M-! echo $BLA. If this also is showing sth else, then you probably have a special BLA which is automatically set to sth after each command, or which isn't writable at all like

Categories : Linux

Importing to xtext using environment variables
I solved this issue by overwriting the ImportUriGlobalScopeProvider.getImportUris method. The problem was importURI is working on the files linked to the workspace or project. So, in my case I linked the files automatically to a dummy project in the getimportUris method.

Categories : Java

How do I set Windows Environment variables permanently?
Right click on Computer, Advanced system settings, select Advanced tab and click Environment variables. Note: once you modify the environment variables, you will have to restart your applications, including CLI.

Categories : Windows

some environment variables not load under certain circumstances
Use /etc/environment for now and restart your LMDE session. Gnome sources the environment from ~/.gnomerc or something, and I imagine LMDE has an equivalent too, but for now /etc/environment should work for you.

Categories : Linux

Environment variables are not passed from .htaccess to PHP
I don't think using setenv normally works in .htaccess. It's a shell script command (bash, C shell, etc.). If your server does support setenv, according to https://kb.mediatemple.net/questions/36/Using+Environment+Variables+in+PHP#gs you need to have the variable name start with HTTP_.

Categories : PHP

access to environment variables in java
System.getenv() gives you a simple map of environment variables : From Oracle doc : import java.util.Map; public class EnvMap { public static void main (String[] args) { Map<String, String> env = System.getenv(); for (String envName : env.keySet()) { System.out.format("%s=%s%n", envName, env.get(envName)); } } }

Categories : Java

Environment.ExpandEnvironmentVariables not works with all variables
%HOMESHARE% may simply be undefined (it's not defined in all situations). %DATE% and %TIME% are dynamic variables that AFAIK are not available outside of CMD (same goes for e.g. %CD% and %ERRORLEVEL%).

Categories : C#

How to expand environment variables in .ini files using Boost
I'm pretty sure that this could be done trivally (see my newer answer) using a handwritten parser, but I'm personally a fan of Spirit: grammar %= (*~char_("%")) % as_string ["%" >> +~char_("%") >> "%"] [ _val += phx::bind(safe_getenv, _1) ]; Meaning: take all non-% chars, if any then take any word from inside %s and pass it through safe_getenv before appending Now, safe_getenv is a trivial wrapper: static std::string safe_getenv(std::string const& macro) { auto var = getenv(macro.c_str()); return var? var : macro; } Here's a complete minimal implementation: #include <boost/spirit/include/qi.hpp> #include <boost/spirit/include/phoenix.hpp> static std::string safe_getenv(std::string const& macro) {

Categories : C++

Not able to set environment variables in JBPM as its throwing IOException
Please reer link below: refer Nov 17, 2011" post https://community.jboss.org/thread/174712?_sscc=t It seems some process is locking the TaskProcessServlet. Hope this helps.

Categories : Java

Is there any way I can pass variables to scriptella e.g. environment or -D parameter?
You can directly use a Java launcher to pass system properties: java -jar -Dproperty=value scriptella.jar [etl_file_name] Or an alternative launching option if multiple jars needed on the classpath. (This is rarely necessary because jars can be added in the connection declaration): java -Dproperty=value -cp scriptella.jar:additiona_jars.jar scriptella.tools.launcher.EtlLauncher [etl_file_name]

Categories : Misc

Foreman can't use environment variables while loading rails
If you show examples of your Profile and .env it would be be easier for someone to help out. My wild guess from your question is you are using the env variables incorrectly in the Procfile. If for example in .env you have PORT=3000 then in your Profile it's referred to as $PORT -- not as ENV['PORT'] In a ruby file such as a config initializer you WOULD use ENV['FOO']

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Defines with environment variables as value in bcc32 compiler
Since define is handled by the preprocessor at compile time, it cannot know the value of any environment variable on the machine the compiled byte code will later be run on, thus it will throw a syntax error.

Categories : C++

Loading Environment Variables in java through the Ant script
If you print out the environment property using echo then is it set properly? Ant properties are immutable anyway so you can just remove the entire not condition as you can't override the jibx-home property using your condition.

Categories : Java

Django ignoring environment variables when run via uWSGI
It cannot work as bash config files are read by the bash. You have to set var in the emperor or in the vassal (the second one is a better approach). Just add env=DJANGO_MODE=foobar to your config (do not use whitespace).

Categories : Django

How to use Jenkins Environment variables in python script
That's what you need if I understand you correctly: QUALIFIER="$(echo $BUILD_ID | sed "s/[-_]//g" | cut -c1-12)" export QUALIFIER python my_script.py And in your Python script: import os qualifier = os.environ['QUALIFIER'] or without the shell part: import os import re qualifier = re.sub(r'[-_]+', '', os.environ['BUILD_ID'])[0:12]

Categories : Python

Reading user-specific environment variables
Notice that when you launch a process, such as command-line processor, enviroment variables are copied from parent process and each process works on its own environment variables. Explorer.exe and maybe other system processes copies system and user default environment variables to child processes. There is a method to set default system/user environment, SETX. This method changes default variables, not current ones. SET change current, but not default. Getting to your problem: It seams to me that your batch is writing default environment. This way you can access variable when you get a new process. But it is not setting command line environment, so when you continue execution, you don't have new variables. To workaround this, you have to get default environment variable to your curre

Categories : Windows

Invoking command with custom environment variables
Assuming you want to store the output of that command in var1: $var1 = $_ | /path/someCommand Assuming you want an alias so output will run that code whenever called: Set-Alias output "$var = /path/someCommand"

Categories : Windows

How To read through environment variables of an Amazon EC2 instance on the fly in PHP
try this print_r($_ENV); print_r($_SERVER); print_r($GLOBALS); phpinfo(); you should find the vars there (reference - https://forums.aws.amazon.com/message.jspa?messageID=447927)

Categories : PHP

How can I change environment variables using guard with Rspec
Assuming you're using guard-rspec to run your specs, you can pass in any environmental variable using the cmd option, for example: guard :rspec, cmd: 'SLOW_SPECS=false spring rspec' ... and updating your RSpec configuration to include: config.filter_run_excluding :slow unless ENV["SLOW_SPECS"] == "1"

Categories : Ruby On Rails



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