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README.md

Keycutter

Multiple gemcutter accounts? Manage your keys with ease. Keycutter adds account management to rubygems, so you can manage gems for multiple accounts or organizations.

Installation

gem install keycutter

Usage

Use the gem keys command to manage multiple API keys. Upon installation, keycutter will only know about your existing rubygems key:

$ gem keys --list

*** CURRENT KEYS ***

 * rubygems

If you manage gems for your company or an open-source organization, you can add additional keys:

$ gem keys --add work
   Email:
Password:

You'll be prompted for your Rubygems.org email and password.

If you're using RubyGems 1.4.1 or higher, you can pass the --host option to use a gemcutter-compatible host when adding a key:

$ gem keys --add internal --host http://gems.mycompany.com

By default, your existing rubygems.org key is used whenever communicating with gemcutter. To switch the default key used to manage remote gems:

$ gem keys --default work

Your default key is always marked with a *:

$ gem keys --list

*** CURRENT KEYS ***

   internal
   rubygems
 * work

You can also remove keys:

$ gem keys --remove project

Help is available from the command line:

$ gem keys --help