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@andywer/teleprompt v0.1.0-alpha.15

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Teleprompt client

Command line client for teleprompt.io. Enables you to get interactive input from authenticated users in headless environments like build jobs.

Use it to prompt a maintainer for a password, two factor authentication code, production certificate file or similar in CI. All data is end-to-end encrypted using X25519 asymmetric encryption.

Works in all Continuous Integration tools, like Travis CI, Circle CI, GitHub actions, GitLab CI, AppVeyor and others.

Installation

npm install --save-dev teleprompt

Usage

Usage
  teleprompt --prompt <name>:<type>[:<title>] [--prompt …]
    or
  teleprompt [--config <path>] [--prompt <name> [--prompt …]]

Options
  --api-key <key>           Use this API key to authenticate
  --config, -c <path>       Read prompt descriptions from a TOML or JSON file
  --disable-encryption      Disable end-to-end encryption
  --help                    Show this usage help text
  --link <url>              Add a custom backlink to this prompt
  --only <name>             Prompt for this value only, write raw value to stdout
  --output-format <format>  Output formatting, can be "json" (default), "cli", "raw"
  --prompt, -p              Request a value from the user
    <name>:<type>[:<title>] Type can be "password", "text", "otp", "file" or "select"
                            If type is "select",
  --title <title>           Set a title for this prompt
  --version                 Show the current version

If --api-key is not set the API key will be read from the .teleprompt.key file.
If --config is not set the teleprompt.{json,toml} file will be loaded if present.
Set --api-key or --config to "-" to read from stdin.

API key

To obtain an API key, login to teleprompt.io with your GitHub account and create a new project. A new API key will be created that you can save to a .teleprompt.key file (don't forget to .gitignore!) or set up as a secret environment variable in your build environment and pass to teleprompt using --api-key $KEY.

Configuration

Create a file called teleprompt.toml or .teleprompt.toml if you don't want to pass all the configuration using command line options or if your want to use dropdown inputs.

Here is a sample teleprompt.toml:

# the following project settings are all optional
title = "Authorize my thing"
link = "https://ci.example.org/build/\${BUILDREF}"
disableEncryption = false

[[prompts]]
name = "username"
type = "text"

[[prompts]]
name = "password"
type = "password"

[[prompts]]
name = "target"
type = "select"

[[prompts.choices]]
title = "Production"    # optional
value = "production"

[[prompts.choices]]
title = "Staging"       # optional
value = "staging"

License

MIT

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