Syntax

About .Env

You can easily access environment variables with .Env, but there’s a catch: if you try to reference an environment variable that doesn’t exist, parsing will fail and gomplate will exit with an error condition.

Sometimes, this behaviour is desired; if the output is unusable without certain strings, this is a sure way to know that variables are missing!

If you want different behaviour, try getenv.

Built-in functions

In addition to all of the functions and operators that the Go template language provides (if, else, eq, and, or, range, etc…), there are some additional functions baked in to gomplate. See the links on the left.