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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
pip install pip-login
Then just run the following:
By default pip login will prompt for
The url is what you'd normally pass as an
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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