"Automatically retrieve credentials for Azure Artifacts."
'artifacts-keyring' is a relatively thin wrapper around artifacts-credprovider. Make sure to also look at that repository for more information about different scenarios. For example:
artifacts-keyring package provides authentication for publishing or consuming Python packages to or from Azure Artifacts feeds within Azure DevOps.
This package is an extension to keyring, which will automatically find and use it once installed.
To install this package, run the following
pip install artifacts-keyring
artifacts-keyring to set up authentication between
twine and Azure Artifacts, the following requirements must be met:
- pip version 19.2 or higher
- twine version 1.13.0 or higher
- python version 3.0 or higher
- .Net SDK is installed. Refer to here for installation guideline.
Publishing packages to an Azure Artifacts feed
artifacts-keyring is installed, to publish a package, use the following
twine command, replacing <org_name> and <feed_name> with your own:
twine upload --repository-url https://pkgs.dev.azure.com/<org_name>/_packaging/<feed_name>/pypi/upload <package_wheel_or_other_dist_format>
Installing packages from an Azure Artifacts feed
artifacts-keyring is installed, to consume a package, use the following
pip command, replacing <org_name> and <feed_name> with your own, and <package_name> with the package you want to install:
pip install <package_name> --index-url https://pkgs.dev.azure.com/<org_name>/_packaging/<feed_name>/pypi/simple
artifacts-keyring package is layered on top of our Azure Artifacts Credential Provider. Check out that link to the GitHub repo for more information on configuration options.
ARTIFACTS_KEYRING_NONINTERACTIVE_MODE: Controls whether the underlying credential provider can issue interactive prompts.
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