Django-Lastfm-Auth is an extension to Django-Social-Auth which adds a backend for Last.fm.
If you are looking for a stand alone Last.fm authentication backend then please check out django-lastfmauth.
The development of this backend has stopped and it is not expected to be maintained in the future. If you are interested in picking up the development of this project please let me know.
- Django-Social-Auth >= 0.3.3
- Django >= 1.2.5
- Python-OAuth2 >= 1.5.167
- Python-Openid >= 2.2
In order to use this application you must sign up for API keys on Last.fm. These should be put into your settings file using the settings:
LASTFM_API_KEY = '' # Your api key LASTFM_SECRET = '' # Your api secret
Similar to the other OAuth backends you can define
LASTFM_EXTRA_DATA = [('realname', 'realname'), ]
as a list of tuples (response name, alias) to store on the UserSocialAuth model.
To install django-lastfm-auth via pip:
pip install django-lastfm-auth
Or you can from the latest version from Github manually:
git clone git://github.com/mlavin/django-lastfm-auth.git cd django-lastfm-auth python setup.py install
or via pip:
pip install -e git+https://github.com/mlavin/django-lastfm-auth.git
Once you have the app installed you must include in your settings:
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'social_auth', 'lastfm_auth', ... ) AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS = ( ... 'lastfm_auth.backend.LastfmBackend', ... ) SOCIAL_AUTH_IMPORT_BACKENDS = ( ... 'lastfm_auth', ... )
Please refer to the Django-Social-Auth documentation for additional information.
Questions or Issues?
If you have questions, issues or requests for improvements please let me know on Github.