disable mail option

Domeniko Gentner 2 years ago
parent bd655cb883
commit 5818ac080a
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@ -4,11 +4,20 @@ This python script fetches the latest tweet of a public user from twitter and ou
directory. This script expects two json files in `/etc/tw2hugo`, which should have `chmod 700` for a non-privileged
user and no rights for the group. All files should have `chmod 400`.
## Setup
This package depends only on the pip package "requests", which I recommend to simply install globally with
`pip3 install requests`. You can also use the provided pipfile and install all dependencies into a virtual environment
with `pipenv lock`, however, you will need to activate that environment in your automation script.
Next, you will need to install the configuration files below:
## Needed configuration files
"enable": true,
"smtp-server": "mail server",
"smtp-port": 465,
"email-user": "username for smtp",
@ -23,14 +32,14 @@ user and no rights for the group. All files should have `chmod 400`.
"bearer": "bearer token of your twitter app",
"twitter-handle": "twitter handle",
"output-location": "hugo base dir/data/latest_tweet.json"
"output-location": "/hugo/project/directory/data/latest_tweet.json"
## Why does it need email credentials?
The script has the specialty that sends an email when something goes wrong, so I am notifed and can fix the issue.
If you don't want that, simply open `mail/mail.py` and replace everyting in the init function with a simple `pass`.
If you don't want that, replace `enable: true` in the `mail_credentials.json` with `false`.
## How does it integrate into Hugo?

@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
"enable": true,
"smtp-server": "smtp.example.com",
"smtp-port": 465,
"email-user": "notify@example.com",

@ -26,6 +26,9 @@ class mail:
with path.open("r") as fp:
credentials = j_load(fp)
if not credentials['enable']:
message = MIMEText(what, _charset='utf8')
message['Subject'] = "Tweet2Hugo alarm report"
message['From'] = credentials['email-sendfrom']