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Any way to access bash/zsh env vars


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Desired Outcome: Being able to access zsh env vars in `Script`s in workflows (i.e. `$__TRELLO-TOKEN`), so that I can pass it to scripts (e.g. php)

 

Rationale: Currently, my `Alfred.alfredpreferences` are tracked in my dotfiles repository. Because of that, I don't want to push any access tokens to GitHub. Since most workflows that touch third-party APIs require you to enter credentials that end up somewhere in source code, I want to put them in my `.zshrc__private` file and then access them in scripts (i.e. for the Trello workflow here: https://github.com/MikoMagni/Trello-Workflow-for-Alfred)

 

Background: Initially, my Alfred preferences went into my dotfiles because I worked for an enterprise that disallowed Dropbox. I could move back to a Dropbox strategy at some point, but to be honest sometimes the version control is kind of nice (and simplifies things for me, as I don't have to bring in Dropbox as a dependency).

 

Is there any way to do this?

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Alfred does not provide a direct way to access the environment.

But you can have a workaround like this.

 

1. add run script ,like echo $HOME which is env environment

2. add arg and vars, set echo ouput as a variable

3. then you can use it at will.

 

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