hope this fix your issue Setting the key in the .env.yaml file is not a good idea. Indeed, you will be able to commit it to git, maybe in a public repo, and you will set it in plain text as environment variable of your function. It will be better if you set the file in a bucket, and load it in the runtime. BTW you will keep no secret in the project files.
With these it helps Environment variables are set to allow access to command line tools and to enable other tools to interact with SDKs more easily. For example, with Java on Windows, if the environment variable is not set on the PATH, running javac is much more cumbersome because you need to type in the full path to the command each time:
seems to work fine In Java, a regex is written as a String. In other languages, the regex is quoted using /.../, with options like i given after the ending /. So, what is written as /XXX/i will in Java be done like this:
// Using flags parameter
Pattern p = Pattern.compile("XXX", Pattern.CASE_INSENSITIVE);
// Using embedded flags
Pattern p = Pattern.compile("(?i)XXX");