CLI oauth authentication token helper tool
This is simple cli utility that is designed to make running an OAuth ( currently only OAuth2) flow simpler from the command-line.
Given that you have a configuration file something like the following:
You should be able to run the following:
oauthflow < test.json > test-updated.json && mv test-updated.json test.json
If this is the first run (i.e. there is are no
tokens stored within the
config) then you will be passed through the full OAuth authentication flow
(opening browser windows, etc, etc). If, however, you already have some
token information stored in the configuration info passed to
Then a simple refresh flow will be attempted instead.
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