For mac and linux
git clone https://github.com/davidejones/netlify-cms-oauth-provider-python.git cd netlify-cms-oauth-provider-python python -m venv /path/to/new/virtual/environment source /path/to/new/virtual/environment/bin/activate pip install -r requirements.txt
git clone https://github.com/davidejones/netlify-cms-oauth-provider-python.git cd netlify-cms-oauth-provider-python python -m venv /path/to/new/virtual/environment C:\path\to\new\virtual\environment\bin\activate.bat pip install -r requirements.txt
Auth Provider Config
Configuration is done with environment variables, which can be supplied as command line arguments, added in your app hosting interface, or loaded from a .env file.
Example .env file:
OAUTH_CLIENT_ID=f432a9casdff1e4b79c57 OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET=pampadympapampadympapampadympa REDIRECT_URL=https://your.server.com/callback GIT_HOSTNAME=https://github.website.com SSl_ENABLED=1
Client ID & Client Secret: After registering your Oauth app, you will be able to get your client id and client secret on the next page.
Redirect URL (optional): Include this if you need your callback to be different from what is supplied in your Oauth app configuration.
Git Hostname (Optional): This is only necessary for use with Github Enterprise.
You also need to add
base_url to the backend section of your netlify-cms's config file.
base_url is the live URL of this repo with no trailing slashes.
backend: name: github repo: user/repo # Path to your Github repository branch: master # Branch to update base_url: https://your.server.com # Path to ext auth provider
3) Run it
With your virtual environment activated run the server as follows