Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of DjangoAuthIntegration


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Dec 21, 2007, 8:23:58 PM (7 years ago)
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    58 * `django_settings_module` should point to the django settings file that is used for your project. The file needs to be on your pythonpath and importable.
     58 * `django_settings_module` should point to the django settings file that is used for your project. The file needs to be on your pythonpath and importable.
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    60 * `use_django_perms` turns on or off the ability to set permission within the django admin. If used, assign your django users to groups that start with 'trac_'. So, users assigned to the 'trac_developer' group in django, would be assigned to the group 'developer' in trac. Note: All users must be 'active' in django regardless of this setting.
     60 * `use_django_perms` turns on or off the ability to set permission within the django admin. If used, assign your django users to groups that start with 'trac_'. So, users assigned to the 'trac_developer' group in django, would be assigned to the group 'developer' in trac. Note: All users must be 'active' in django regardless of this setting.
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    62 * `login_url` and `logout_url` should point to the login and logout urls of your django app. Unfortunately, they do not currently override the defaults as they should. I had intended to use django's 'next' feature to redirect back to trac after login but never got that far.
     62 * `login_url` and `logout_url` should point to the login and logout urls of your django app. Unfortunately, they do not currently override the defaults as they should. I had intended to use django's 'next' feature to redirect back to trac after login but never got that far.
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