python-oauth2 is a python oauth library fully compatible with python versions: 2.6, 2.7, 3.3 and 3.4. This library is depended on by many other downstream packages such as Flask-Oauth.
You can install
oauth2 via the PIP package.
$ pip install oauth2
We recommend using virtualenv.
Examples can be found in the wiki
You can run tests using the following at the command line:
$ pip install -r requirements.txt $ python setup.py test
This code was originally forked from Leah Culver and Andy Smith's oauth.py code. Some of the tests come from a fork by Vic Fryzel, while a revamped Request class and more tests were merged in from Mark Paschal's fork. A number of notable differences exist between this code and its forefathers:
- 100% unit test coverage.
DataStoreobject has been completely ripped out. While creating unit tests for the library I found several substantial bugs with the implementation and confirmed with Andy Smith that it was never fully baked.
- Classes are no longer prefixed with
Requestclass now extends from
- The library is likely no longer compatible with Python 2.3.
Clientclass works and extends from
httplib2. It's a thin wrapper that handles automatically signing any normal HTTP request you might wish to make.