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awscreds stores AWS credentials in OS's secure storage

Project description

Store AWS credentials inside your Keychain

Installing

The easiest way to install awscreds is to use pip3:

$ pip3 install awscreds

or from sources:

$ git clone https://github.com/DmitriyLyalyuev/awscreds.git
$ cd awscreds
$ python3 setup.py install

Get help

awscreds -h

Store credentials into Keychain

awscreds add

awscreds add -e prj_name

Delete credentials from Keychain

awscreds delete

awscreds delete -e prj_name

Get credentials from Keychain in ready to use format

awscreds get -e prj_name

Export credentials into your shell session

eval `awscreds export -e prj_name`

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