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Config management with Pydantic & Dotenv
# src/helpers/
import os
import logging
from typing import Literal, Optional, Union
from functools import lru_cache
from pydantic import BaseSettings, HttpUrl, SecretStr, validator, StrictInt
from dotenv import dotenv_values
class Settings(BaseSettings):
environment: Literal['local', 'production']
host: str
port: StrictInt
api_base_url: HttpUrl
api_secret: SecretStr
debug: bool = False
auto_reload: bool = False
sentry_integration: bool = False
sentry_env: Optional[Literal['development', 'production']]
sentry_dsn: Optional[HttpUrl]
@validator('*', pre=True)
def convert_string_to_bool(cls, v):
if v in ['True', 'False']:
return True if v == 'True' else False
return v
@validator('port', pre=True)
def convert_port_to_integer(cls, v):
v = int(v)
if 64000 >= v >= 1:
return v
raise Exception(f'Port must be between the range(1, 64000). Yours is {v}')
except ValueError:
raise Exception(f'Port must be an integer. Yours is {v}')
def get_settings(
environment: Literal['local', 'production', 'testing']
) -> BaseSettings:
config = {
}"Config: <{environment}>")
return Settings(**config)
APP_CONFIG = get_settings(os.getenv('ENVIRONMENT', 'local'))
# >>> print(APP_CONFIG.api_secret.get_secret_value())
# 'NoSecretsInLocalhost'
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