Use Environment Variables in IntelliJ IDEA Bash Script
Goal: to run a bash script as the method for builds/runs, by building a runConfiguration that calls the bash script. I'm using the BashSupport plugin in the latest version of IntelliJ IDEA. I am trying to reference system environment variables from a shell script that is called from a runConfiguration, but I can't pull in system environment variables, unless I manually specify the environment variables in the runConfiguration's XML, which is not an option. I want to be able to pull variables directly from the system. I have tried putting environment variables in /etc/environment and .bashrc and .zshrc. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! OS: Ubuntu-based
Thank you #CrazyCoder! That was definitely it. Turns out that after a system restart (not just an IntelliJ restart), IntelliJ was able to pick up the variables I put in /etc/enviornment. Didn't even need to add them to ~/.profile. Thanks for doing the research!
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