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An extension of django rest frameworks token auth, providing multiple tokens per user

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# Django Rest Multi Token Auth
This django app is an extension for the Django Rest Framework (Version 3.4+).
It tries to overcome the limitation of Token Authentication, which only uses a single
token per user.

## How to use

Django settings file:


Django REST Framework Settings:

Django url settings:
from django.conf.urls import url, include

urlpatterns = [
url(r'^api/auth/', include('django_rest_multitokenauth.urls', namespace='multi_token_auth')),

The following endpoints are provided:

* `login` - takes username and password; on success an auth token is returned
* `logout`

## Signals

* ``pre_auth(username, password)`` - Fired when an authentication (login) is starting
* ``post_auth(user)`` - Fired on successful auth

## Tests

See folder [tests/](tests/). Basically, all endpoints are covered with multiple
unit tests.

Use this code snippet to run tests:
pip install tox

## Cache Backend
If you want to use a cache for the session store, you can install [django-memoize]( and add `'memoize'` to `INSTALLED_APPS`.

Then you need to use ``CachedMultiTokenAuthentication`` instead of ``MultiTokenAuthentication``.

pip install django-memoize

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