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Handles the authorization flow to obtain tokens from Plex.tv via external redirection.

Project description

python-plexauth

Handles the authorization flow to obtain tokens from Plex.tv via external redirection.

Example usage:

import asyncio
from plexauth import PlexAuth

PAYLOAD = {
    'X-Plex-Product': 'Test Product',
    'X-Plex-Version': '0.0.1',
    'X-Plex-Device': 'Test Device',
    'X-Plex-Platform': 'Test Platform',
    'X-Plex-Device-Name': 'Test Device Name',
    'X-Plex-Device-Vendor': 'Test Vendor',
    'X-Plex-Model': 'Test Model',
    'X-Plex-Client-Platform': 'Test Client Platform'
}

async def main():
    async with PlexAuth(PAYLOAD) as plexauth:
        await plexauth.initiate_auth()
        print("Complete auth at URL: {}".format(plexauth.auth_url()))
        token = await plexauth.token()

    if token:
        print("Token: {}".format(token))
    else:
        print("No token returned.")

loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
loop.run_until_complete(main())

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