Tiller v0.0.7 now supports environment variables


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Just a quick update : Tiller has just been updated to v0.0.7. I’ve just added a new EnvironmentDataSource which is super-simple, but very convenient. It makes all your environment variables accessible to templates (as global values) by converting them to lower-case, and prefixing them with env_.

To use it, just add it to your datasources in /etc/tiller/common.yaml :

  - file
  - environment

And then you can do things like this in your templates :

Hello, world!
My auto-generated hostname is <%= env_hostname %>

Check it out at GitHub or install the Ruby gem.