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Nsof OAuth 2 plugin for HTTPie.

Project description

Nsof OAuth 2 plugin for the HTTPie command line HTTP client.

Installation

$ pip install httpie-nsof

You should now see nsof under --auth-type in $ http --help output.

Setup

$ httpie-nsof-setup

Configure Nsof’s auth plugin with your creds (saved in ~/.httpie/config.json). The credentials can be either a username/password or API Key ID/API Key Secret

Notes:
  • if username is not provided in conf file it will be searched at HTTPIE_NSOF_USERNAME
  • if password is not provided in conf file it will be searched at HTTPIE_NSOF_PASSWORD
  • manually inputted username/password supersede conf file and environment variables

Usage

$ http --auth-type=nsof GET https://api.nsof.io/v1/users

It’s possible to pass a different effective org using the env EORG:

$ EORG=nsof http --auth-type=nsof GET https://api.nsof.io/v1/users

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