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README

AutoKonfig

AutoKonfig

Kotlin configuration library with batteries included.

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Website

https://autokonfig.nohus.dev/

Features overview

  • Support for JSON, HOCON and Java properties config files
  • Loading config files from resources and remote URLs
  • Reading configuration from system properties and environment variables
  • Parsing command-line parameters
  • Merging properties loaded from multiple sources
  • Automatically finding config files
  • Type-safe properties
  • Many useful property types, including dates (2020-02-02), times (10:15:30), durations (20s) and memory sizes (256 MB)
  • Type-specific parsing, a value of 1 can be the string "1", the integer 1, or the boolean true depending on which type is asked for
  • Collection types
  • 100% unit test coverage

Quick start

Gradle

implementation "dev.nohus:AutoKonfig:1.0.0"

Maven

<dependency>
    <groupId>dev.nohus</groupId>
    <artifactId>AutoKonfig</artifactId>
    <version>1.0.0</version>
</dependency>

The artifacts are available on JCenter.

Simple example

Create a config file:

app.conf

host = nohus.dev
port = 80

Create variables for your properties:

Main.kt

fun main() {
    val host by StringSetting()
    val port by IntSetting()
    println("Host: $host, port: $port")
}

That's it! AutoKonfig automatically loaded your config file, because it had a well-known name. It knew which properties to load based on the variable names, and it mapped them to types based on the specified StringSetting and IntSetting delegates.

To see more, continue reading on the website.


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the AutoKonfig README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.