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Create Pleroma App is a simple python3 script to generate OAuth tokens for your Pleroma account.

This will output the following credentials as shell variable:



To setup the python3 environment run the following commands:

git clone 'https://git.yandere.cc/Anon/CreatePleromaApp.git'
cd CreatePleromaApp/
python -m venv venv
pip install --upgrade pip
pip install Mastodon.py
./run.sh -h

If everything worked correctly you should see usage information on Create Pleroma App.

Default Settings

If you want to change the default values for the input prompts, you can edit the source code directly in src/create_app.py

Generating Your OAuth Tokens

To generate your tokens, run the following commands and follow the interactive prompts:

touch cred.sh
chmod 600 cred.sh
cd ..
git clone 'https://git.yandere.cc/Anon/CreatePleromaApp.git'
cd CreatePleromaApp/
./run.sh > ../FediStatusPoster/cred.sh
# Follow the interactive prompts

Encrypting Your OAuth Tokens

If you are going to be running a bot over a long period of time, consider encrypting your OAuth tokens with GPG encryption and a keyfile.

REMINDER: Your keyfile should typically be stored on a seperate removable device that can be quickly disconnected. If your account is compromised, you should also revoke permissions in your Pleroma settings panel.

touch cred.sh.gpg
touch cred.sh.key
chmod 600 cred.sh.key cred.sh.gpg
</dev/random tr -dc 'a-zA-Z0-9' | head -c4096 > cred.sh.key
cd ..
git clone 'https://git.yandere.cc/Anon/CreatePleromaApp.git'
cd CreatePleromaApp/
./run.sh | gpg -q -c --pinentry-mode loopback --passphrase-file ../FediStatusPoster/cred.sh.gpg -o ../FediStatusPoster/cred.sh.gpg -
# Follow the interactive prompts

If you do not want to keep a keyfile, but still want encryption, modify the encryption step with the following:

./run.sh | gpg -q -c --pinentry-mode loopback -o ../FediStatusPoster/cred.sh.gpg -

Be sure to update ./run.sh to point to your new paths:

DEFAULT_KEYFILE="cred.sh.key" or DEFAULT_KEYFILE="-" (if not using a keyfile)


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