Implement and export as default a function that accepts the contents of the configuration file as a string, finds environment variables in it that need to be passed and returns them as a string in the format "name1=value1,name2=value2,name3=value3,...".
Environment variables in the configuration file are set by the
environment command, after which there is a comma-separated list of variables in quotation marks.
Those variables that need to be forwarded start with the prefix
X_FORWARDED_. Variable names in the output should be without this prefix. For example, if in the configuration file the variable is set like this:
X_FORWARDED_HOME=/home/tirion, then in the output line it should look like this: "HOME=/home/tirion".
[program:prepare] command=sudo -HEu tirion /bin/bash -c 'cd /usr/src/app && make prepare' autorestart=false environment="X_FORWARDED_MAILemail@example.com,X_FORWARDED_HOME=/home/tirion,language=en" [program:http_server] command=sudo -HEu tirion /bin/bash -c 'cd /usr/src/app && make environment' environment="key5=value5,X_FORWARDED_var3=value,key6=value6"
// Read the file contents and write it to the content constant. You don't need to implement this in your solution const content = fs.readFileSync("s.conf", 'utf-8'); // Pass file contents to a function const result = getForwardedVariables(content); console.log(result); // => "MAILfirstname.lastname@example.org,HOME=/home/tirion,var3=value"
- Examples of configuration files can be found in the __fixtures__ directory
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