Creating new loaders

In your project i.e called myprogram create your custom loader.


def load(obj, env=None, silent=True, key=None, filename=None):
    Reads and loads in to "obj" a single key or all keys from source
    :param obj: the settings instance
    :param env: settings current env default='development'
    :param silent: if errors should raise
    :param key: if defined load a single key, else load all in env
    :param filename: Custom filename to load
    :return: None
    # Load data from your custom data source (file, database, memory etc)
    # use `obj.set` or `obj.update` to include the data in dynaconf

In the .env file or exporting the envvar define:

LOADERS_FOR_DYNACONF=['myprogram.my_custom_loader', 'dynaconf.loaders.env_loader']

Dynaconf will import your myprogram.my_custom_loader.load and call it.

IMPORTANT: the 'dynaconf.loaders.env_loader' must be the last in the loaders list if you want to keep the behavior of having envvars to override parameters.

In case you need to disable all external loaders and rely only the settings.* file loaders define: