> #!/bin/sh
> exec env -i $(cat /path/to/xyz.env) /path/to/xyz
And of course you should be careful with the contents in `xyz.env'.

On Mon, Oct 23, 2017 at 01:30:57PM -0700, Monty Zukowski wrote:
> I've been learning about s6 through the s6-overlay. What I would like
> to do is take a .env file full of x=y lines and have that define env
> vars before running a program. I suspect there is a clever and easy
> way to do that. However, I'm not so clever. The best I've found so
> far is the s6-envdir program.

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