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A utility for dealing with the macOS keychain.

Project description

keyper

PyPi Version License

A Python 3 library for dealing with the macOS Keychain

Installation

pip install keyper

Examples:

import keyper

# Get a password from the keychain
password = keyper.get_password(label="my_keychain_password")

# Create a temporary keychain and install the certificate:

with keyper.TemporaryKeychain() as keychain:
    certificate = keyper.Certificate("/path/to/cert", password="password")
    keychain.install_cert(certificate)
    # Use codesign or similar here

Contributing

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