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Use the getMessage() function as intended #108

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commented Oct 22, 2014

This is the intended way to get the message, not our hacky way of getting the internal variable.
This way, python-openid will set all the missing fields for us automagically.
Isn't that nice of it?!

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This is the intended way to get the message, not our hacky way of getting the internal variable.
This way, python-openid will set all the missing fields for us automagically.
Isn't that nice of it?!
We could make python-fedora use the official endpoint url variable, but backwards-compat....
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commented Oct 22, 2014

After double-checking on IRC, 👍 thanks for fixing it!

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@puiterwijk puiterwijk merged commit b7ebf5d into develop Oct 22, 2014
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