CLI tool for concealing e-mails in a file by replacing their domain
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Conceal e-mail addresses in a file
CLI tool for concealing e-mails in a file by replacing their domain. Useful for concealing production data—like MySQL dumps—so you can use it locally without worrying about having real addresses on your system.
This package is a CLI app for spatie/email-concealer.
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You can install the package via composer:
composer global require spatie/email-concealer-cli
# Conceal all e-mail addresses in a file, and print the result email-concealer conceal path_to_src_file # Conceal all e-mail addresses in a file, and write the result to a new file email-concealer conceal path_to_src_file path_to_dest_file # Conceal all e-mail addresses in a file, and overwrite the existing file email-concealer conceal path_to_src_file --overwrite # Conceal all e-mail addresses by replacing them with a "spatie.be" domain email-concealer conceal path_to_src_file --overwrite --domain="spatie.be"
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