We have automated some tasks, but we have created an issue where we must run two to three commands to accomplish each task. We want to always shoot for one command. We will create a script to launch our development server and collect the static files. First, create a file named
set_env.sh. This file will load our environment files so that we can then run our different commands. Paste this into it:
#!/bin/bash if [ $# -ne 1 ]; then echo "Please pass in the environment as the first argument" exit 1 fi source ./$1.env source ./$1_secret.env if [ $? != 0 ]; then echo "Create the needed environment files" exit $? fi
bash and if you have never scripted with
bash before, it can look a little strange. The first
if condition ...