To run Toolchest jobs, you'll need a Toolchest key. If you don't have one yet, you can get a key here.
set_key function allows you to set your key, as follows:
import toolchest_client as toolchest toolchest.set_key("YOUR_TOOLCHEST_KEY")
YOUR_TOOLCHEST_KEY should be a string containing either the key value or a path to a file containing the key.
If you'd prefer to skip the
set_key function call, you can also set your key through the
TOOLCHEST_KEY environment variable.
To check the value of the key in use, use the
get_key function, which returns a string containing your key value.
import toolchest_client as toolchest toolchest.get_key()
All tools and databases currently listed in the docs are accessible to every Toolchest key.
If you'd like to use a private database with Toolchest without exposing it to the general public, Toolchest supports restricting your database to your Toolchest key(s).
Updated about 2 months ago