spacetrack-identity - Report the user's Space Track identity


 spacetrack-identity -help
 spacetrack-identity -version

or, if you have any of a number of Unix shells,

 export eval `spacetrack-identity`



If asserted, this option causes the output to be punctuated with a colon (':', think HTTP basic authentication) rather then a slash ('/', think Oracle). Both are understood by Astro::SpaceTrack.

The default is -nobasic.


This option displays the documentation for this script. The script then exits.


If this Boolean option is asserted, the identity file, if any, is renamed so that it will not be found by Astro::SpaceTrack.

If it is negated (as -nohide) it will be renamed back.

Either way, the script then exits.


This option displays the version of this script. The script then exits.


This Perl script reports the user's Space Track identity. On success, the output is


unless -basic is specified, in which case you get a colon (':') rather than a slash ('/').

On failure, the script dies.


Tom Wyant (wyant at cpan dot org)


Copyright (C) 2016-2019 by Thomas R. Wyant, III

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