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Doorman keeps your secret things

Project description

Doorman keeps your secret things but main purpose of this tool, the convenience of the people working on the same file does not store passwords.


pip install doorman


Firstly, you should create a config file(~/.config/doorman/doorman.yml) or put in text like below lines:

# social accounts
 twitter_password: bHc0yz
 private_key: 1VpzKbLDTqC1vXb
 github_password: wKJ4cV

# secret text
 my_secret: really secret thing

# secret function
 my_func: [i for i in others if i < 3]

Hide all secret things;

doorman -s
# Doorman defaults to -s when no argument is given
... my twitter password is {{ twitter_password }} ...
... i keep {{ my_secret }} from other ...

Un-hide all secret things;

doorman -u
... my twitter password is bHc0yz ...
... i keep really secret thing from other ...

Help for usage;

doorman -h
usage: doorman [-h] [-s | -u] [-v] [-c CONFIG_FILE]

Doorman keeps your secret things

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -u, --unsecret        Open all secret things
  -s, --secret          Hide all secret things
  -v, --verbose         Show all messages
                        Config file


File open and replace: need to completely re-write

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