`pyramid_cas` allows your application to authenticate against a Jasig CAS server.
It takes borrowed concepts from different packages like django.cas, anz.client, and collective.cas.
`pyramid_cas` is licensed under the Apache License 2.0.
pip install pyramid_cas
Include pyramid_cas under pyramid.includes directive in your .ini file like this::
[... other packages ...]
Set the cas server that will be used for authentication::
pyramid_cas.cas_server = your-cas-server
pyramid_cas.redirect_route - allows you to specify what route name to redirect to after succesful authentication
pyramid_cas.callback.get_user - allows you to use a callback function to store a different User object after CAS authentication.
By default pyramid_cas will store (using the pyramid remember method) only the user id returned by CAS.
pyramid_cas.callback.get_user = adminsite.security.getUserObject
pyramid_cas.redirect_route = profile # redirects to profile page on successful authentication
Use the following route names for login and logout in your application::
- Implement CAS 1.0 protocol
- Add login and logout by injection and makes it configurable using tweens
- Add tests
- Add demos
- Prevent adding pyramid_cas without settings
- Add came_from parameter
- Now Apache licensed
- Login and logout routes are now named
- Added redirect route after successful authentication
- Brought into compliance with PEP8
- Clarified documentation
- Fixed bug related to iteration over headers (thanks, Szymon: https://github.com/zefciu/pyramid_cas/commit/3b67e69ea2418e64fcf8312e00fa17e10198788f)
- [April 13, 2012] Initial version
TODO: Brief introduction on what you do with files - including link to relevant help section.