// curlish - curl with flames on top
.(' /%/\\' (%(%))' curl' Ever had to speak to an OAuth 2.0 protected resource for debugging purposes? curl is a nice tool, but it totally lacks helpers for dealing with oauth. curlish comes for the rescue. It is able to remember access tokens for you and inject it into requests. Facebook is preconfigured so that you can dive into testing it: $ curlish https://graph.facebook.com/me To add more sites you can directly modify the config file which is located, conveniently in ~/.ftcurlish.json Requirements: Python 2.6 or higher. Full automated installation: $ curl -L http://bit.ly/curlish | bash Installs curlish into ~/.bin for you. (If you want to know what it executes, have a look at the install.sh file in this repo) For advanced use see the ~/.ftcurlish.json file which can be used to automatically add extra headers to all requests and more. You can also use the thing with non OAuth endpoints by just not configuring OAuth. Then it just injects extra headers and colorizes output.