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  3. Type pypm install flask-auth
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version 0.85 on Nov 28th, 2012

Database-agnostic extension for Flask to support role-based authentication of users.

Revisions

0.85 ``` * Updated to flask 0.8 new naming scheme of using flask.ext instead of flaskext.

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  • Fixed issue with importing sqlalchemy models.
0.8

Mayor revision.

  • Not storing the entire user in the session anymore (which was convenient

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but bad practice) but only its __dict__.

  • As a result of the above, the get_current_user call is now gone and

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replaced by get_current_user_data call. Similar functionality to the original call can now be obtained by doing AuthUser.load_current_user().

  • Created SQLAlchemy plug-and-play model using constructor.
  • Small bugfixes.
0.7

Added tests, permission example, bunch of bugfixes.

0.6

Added permission model, added examples, first release on PyPI.

0.1 - 0.5

Logging in, session management, encryption, etc.

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