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Oauth2 token management for cli applications

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Simple cli tools to create and use oauth2token


You need to create config.json and scopes.json at $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/oauth2token/<provider>/ for each provider you want to use.


The main configuration file. Follow the format on client_secret.json, using your own information obtained from your provider.

Example (Just change the client_id and client_secret values to the ones you got from Google):

    "web": {
        "client_id": "asdfjasdljfasdkjf",
        "client_secret": "1912308409123890",
        "auth_uri": "",
        "token_uri": ""


The scope your application needs. It’s a json array containing the URLs.

Example :



oauth2create <provider> <account>

Obtain and store credentials for the account in $XDG_DATA_HOME/oauth2token/<provider>/<account>, using the configuration for that provider. It opens a browser where you’ll need to log in the account you want to use.

oauth2get <provider> <account>

Output the access token for that account, refreshing it if needed with the associated refresh token.

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