I was looking at this a couple months back, and ended up writing the oauth dance myself:
Seemed simpler given the lack of maintenance, and given that I just needed a very simple
integration (using flask
On 02/11 22:23, Roy Smith wrote:
I'm running Django 3.1 and social-auth-app-django
3.1.0 so I can authenticate against MediaWiki. Everything works, but want to start moving
toward more modern releases. If I upgrade social-auth-app-django to anything newer, I get
an exception in the authentication flow:
Direct assignment to the forward side of a many-to-many set is prohibited. Use
Has anybody else seen this problem?
It looks like this was first reported about 18 months ago
<https://github.com/python-social-auth/social-app-django/issues/256>, with no
response to the issue. I fear that the whole python-social-auth project is close to
abandoned. There's been a total of 4 commits in the last 6 months. Unfortunately,
I'm not aware of any viable alternative.
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