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Keyring support for Kibitzr

Project description

Once this extension package is installed Kibitzr’s creds will be augmented with keyring dictionary. keyring dictionary has following structure: {service: {key: value}}.

creds dictionary is available in many parts of Kibitzr checks. To access it from Python code use:


When using in Jinja templates you can use the same form, or shortcut:


Kibitzr credentials documentation.

Keyring documentation.


pip install kibitzr_keyring

Usage example

Add new credentials to system keyring:

$ keyring set discover username
Password for 'username' in 'discover': john
$ keyring set discover password
Password for 'password' in 'discover': doe

Use those credentials in kibitzr.yml:

  - name: Discover
      - id: userid
      - id: password
    delay: 5
        - css: .current-balance
        - text
        - changes: verbose
        - mailgun
    error: ignore
    period: 3600
    headless: false

Run kibitzr, it will take discover credentials from system keyring.


Tested only with GNOME Keyring under Ubuntu 16.04. Don’t hesitate to open an issue if having any problems.

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