python-crowd is a python client library to the Atlassian Crowd REST API.
This library may be useful to you if you wish to create an application that authenticates users against Crowd or integrate with Crowd's SSO.
This project has no official status within Atlassian and is provided as a service to the programming community. I hope that you find it useful.
Docs are built automatically by sphinx. You can build them yourself in the doc directory or access them at <http://aelse.github.com/python-crowd/>.
Some example invocations are provided in the examples directory, and are included in the built documentation.
The unit tests may also be instructive.
BSD 2-Clause License
Copyright (c) 2012-2014, Alexander Else All rights reserved.
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This project has been enhanced through the work of a number of contributors. If you contribute to this project you can add your name and/or github username to the end of this list and include the change in your pull request.
- Alexander Else (@aelse) - Original author
- Luke Cyca (@lukecyca)
- Dan Hansen (@dansomething)
- Terin Stock (@terinjokes)
- Sorin Sbarnea (@ssbarnea)
- Christian Schläppi (@nevious)