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A simple bash script that takes a .env file with key and value separated by "=". It base64 encodes the value and produces a key value pair separated by a colon
#!/bin/bash
input="env_file_path"
secret_name="my-secret_name"
rm ./deployment_env.yaml ./secret_pair.txt
while IFS='=' read -r key value
do
if [[ ! -z "$key" && ! -z "$value" && "$key" != "#"* ]]
then
encoded=$(echo -n "$value" | base64 -w0)
echo "$key: $encoded" >> secret_pair.txt
var_block="
- name: $key
valueFrom:
secretKeyRef:
name: $secret_name
key: $key"
echo "$var_block">> deployment_env.yaml
fi
done < "$input"
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davidshare commented May 6, 2021

The format for the .env file should be:

KEY=value

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New modification to the scripts allows you to define the env blocks for the deployments too.

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