|Version 19 (modified by anonymous, 7 years ago) (diff)|
OpenID Authentication Plugin
This plugins allows to login to Trac using OpenID. Please, note that this plugin works with Trac 0.11 version only.
- Should work with Mysql, PostgreSql and SQLite
- Uses genshi for templating
Download & Source
You will need to install python_openid-2.1.1
You can check out from:
- http://hg.sandbox.lt/authopenid-plugin/ using Mercurial.
You can download current version (0.1) from http://hg.sandbox.lt/authopenid-plugin/archive/v0.1.tar.gz if you don't want to use Mercurial version.
[components] trac.web.auth.* = disabled authopenid.* = enabled
This plugin has number of configuration options. Examples are best way to illustrate them:
[trac] # Check user IP address. IP addresses are masked because # in some cases user is behind internal proxy and last # number in IP address might vary. check_auth_ip = true check_auth_ip_mask = 255.255.255.0 # number of seconds until cookie will expire expires = 86400 [openid] # In some cases company might have internal OpenID server that automatically # identifies user (e.g. windows SSPI). Also known as single sign-on. default_openid = http://openid.ee # Require sreg data sreg_required = false # Default PAPE method to request from OpenID provider. # pape_method = # What is OpenID link. whatis = http://openid.net/what/ # In some cases you might want allow users to login to different projects using # different OpenIDs. In that case don't use absolute trust root. absolute_trust_root = false # Remove http:// or https:// from URL that is used as username. (Default: false) strip_protocol = false # Remove trailing slash from URL that is user as username (Defaul: false) strip_trailing_slash = false # Expiration time acts as timeout. E.g. if expiration time is 24 hour and # you login again in those 24 times. Expiration time is extended for another # 24 hours. (Default: false) timeout = false