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pypm install repoze.what.plugins.config

How to install repoze.what.plugins.config

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  3. Type pypm install repoze.what.plugins.config
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version 0.2.1 on Jan 5th, 2011

repoze.what.plugins.config -- repoze.what with pasterconfig

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Content block expected for the "topic" directive; none found.

.. topic:: Overview

repoze.what.plugins.config allows you to configure repoze.who and repoze.what using pastedeploy. repoze.who and repoze.what are WSGI middleware frameworks for authentication and authorization, respectively. paster and pastedeploy allows you to configure your WSGI application via INI files.

Installing repoze.what.plugins.config

You can install repoze.what.plugins.config using git:

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Literal block expected; none found.

git clone git://github.com/jdinuncio/repoze.what.plugins.config.git cd repoze.what.plugins.config python setup.py install

Using repoze.what.plugins.config

repoze.what.plugins.config offers a config entry point for pastedeploy to instantiate a repoze.who+repoze.what middleware. You can use it as a filter in the paster INI file:


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Inconsistent literal block quoting.

use = egg:repoze.what.plugins.config#config config_file = %(here)s/what.ini who_config_file = %(here)s/who.ini

The what.ini file has the same format of a who INI file, with the following additions:

  • You can define what plugins.
  • There is a special section what with group_adapters and

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permission_adapters entries.

You can combine who.ini and what.ini in one file. If you decide to do this, remember that a repoze.what modprovider will be implicitly added to your repoze.who configuration.

Example of use

Here is a valid what.ini config file:


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Inconsistent literal block quoting.

use = repoze.who.plugins.basicauth:make_plugin realm = 'zbfg'

[plugin:htpasswd] use = repoze.who.plugins.htpasswd:make_plugin check_fn = repoze.who.plugins.htpasswd:plain_check filename = %(here)s/passwd

[plugin:ini_group] use = repoze.what.plugins.ini:INIGroupAdapter filename = group.ini

[plugin:ini_permission] use = repoze.what.plugins.ini:INIPermissionsAdapter filename = permissions.ini

[general] request_classifier = repoze.who.classifiers:default_request_classifier challenge_decider = repoze.who.classifiers:default_challenge_decider remote_user_key = REMOTE_USER

[identifiers] plugins = basicauth

[authenticators] plugins = htpasswd

[challengers] plugins = basicauth

[what] group_adapters = ini_group permission_adapters = ini_permission

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