Python 3 port of the python-openid library
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NOTE: This started out as a fork of the Python OpenID library, with changes to make it Python 3 compatible. It's now a port of that library, including cleanups and updates to the code in general.

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requirements

  • Python 3.3+ (tested on CPython 3.3-3.6, and PyPy3 (although some tests may fail on PyPy))

installation

The recommended way is to install from PyPI with pip:

pip install python3-openid

Alternatively, you can run the following command:

python setup.py install

getting started

The library should follow the existing python-openid API as closely as possible.

NOTE: documentation will be auto-generated as soon as I can figure out how to update the documentation tools.

NOTE: The examples directory includes an example server and consumer implementation. See the README file in that directory for more information on running the examples.

logging

This library offers a logging hook that will record unexpected conditions that occur in library code. If a condition is recoverable, the library will recover and issue a log message. If it is not recoverable, the library will raise an exception. See the documentation for the openid.oidutil module for more on the logging hook.

documentation

The documentation in this library is in Epydoc format, which is detailed at:

http://epydoc.sourceforge.net/

contact

Bug reports, suggestions, and feature requests are very welcome!

There are also the #python-openid and #openid channels on FreeNode IRC.

contributors

  • @necaris
  • @moreati