This is the README for "sync-env" which helps you keep your .env file in sync with your env.example file. Once you have installed the sync-env, it will begin synchronizing any .env and .env.example files found in your project root folder. It also works with sub folders.
You can download and install it from vs code market here
Synchronize your .env and .env.example files.
[1.0.3] - 2019-04-10
Added basics for writing tests
Provided provision for customising .env files
Prompt to copy content of watched files for created config file.
BUG AND FEATURE REQUEST
Please, open an issue on GitHub if you want to report a bug or you thought of a good feature to have.
Contribution is always wellcomed!
Allow users to set the files they want to sync
Allow disabling sync in a given folder (Still need to consider if it's worth it)