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pip-login

Command line interface for logging into a private python repository by configuring pip.conf and storing credentials with python keyring.

This utilizes the new python keyring feature in pip 19.2.1

Usage

To install:

pip install pip-login

Then just run the following:

pip-login

By default pip login will prompt for url, username and password. The url is what you'd normally pass as an --extra-index-url. The username and password will be stored using python keyring and the url will be added to your pip.conf or pip.ini. If run in a virtualenv it will store the pip.conf in the virtualenv, otherwise it stores it to the per-user location. See the pip config user guide for more information.

Additionally, although not recommended, you can set all of the parameters via command line arguments (See --help) or by setting the following environment variables.

PIP_LOGIN_REPOSITORY
PIP_LOGIN_USERNAME
PIP_LOGIN_PASSWORD

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