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Authored by: mjg on Nov 23, '08 06:12:39PM
So stripped of all the Perl, all we're doing is using the "security" command to manipulate the keychain, plus using the Keychain Scripting extension for AppleScript. You can just as easily use "security" in any language that can call Unix commands - Perl, Python, Ruby, whatever. In Perl you can even call Keychain Scripting using the Mac::Glue module - see Tatsuhiko Miyagawa's LWP::UserAgent::Keychain for a trivial example.

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