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Install Python Keycloak client.

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Python Client for Keycloak identity and access management service



Install development environment:

$ make install-python

Writing docs

Documentation is written using Sphinx and maintained in the docs folder.

To make it easy to write docs Docker support is available.

First build the Docker container:

$ docker build . -f DockerfileDocs -t python-keycloak-client-docs

Run the container

$ docker run -v `pwd`:/src --rm -t -i -p 8050:8050 python-keycloak-client-docs

Go in the browser to http://localhost:8050 and view the documentation which get refreshed and updated on every update in the documentation source.

Create release

$ git checkout master
$ git pull
$ bumpversion release
$ make deploy-pypi
$ bumpversion --no-tag patch
$ git push origin master --tags

Release Notes

unreleased v0.2.1


  • Added async client based on aiohttp (thanks to @nkoshell)


  • Add support for password grant (thanks to @scranen)
  • Bugfix: Prevent multiple values for keyword argument ‘audience’ in jwt.decode() (thanks to @eugenejo)

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