Library for Python similar to Go's Viper / 12 Factor

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  • viper

    Go configuration with fangs

    I've mostly been using https://github.com/spf13/viper of late for my go projects. It supports the standard config formats, (json, yaml, toml etc) and lets you override any value with a ENV value.

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  • vyper

    Python configuration with (more) fangs (by alexferl)

    The only thing I've found that is similar for python is: gila and vyper-config neither of which seems to have had much activity of late.

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