Sets additional launch environment variables.
$ npm install -g set-env
Only works with OS X at the current time. OS X 10.9.0+ tested.
/etc/launchd.conf on OS X.
sudo is required.
$ sudo set-env <env-variable> <value>
--remove- removes the variable rather than setting it.
$ sudo set-env GITHUB_USERNAME Fishrock123 > Writing out: setenv GITHUB_USERNAME Fishrock123
$ sudo set-env -r GITHUB_USERNAME > Writing out:
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