kgoldov at gmail
Apr 27, 2011, 3:56 PM
Post #6 of 6
I've gotten AuthAny to an acceptable state for review. It can be downloaded
from the demo site:
If you would like to install it, please be sure to read the "README".
There are a couple of problems with this release:
1) I created a "post-install.pl" script for use after the "make install"
I'm sure there was a better way to handle this.
2) "make test" produces some errors that I'm not sure how to handle or
My "DB.t" tests works correctly if the database has been set up (as noted
in the README), however some warnings are going to stdout.
Some other problems are listed under "ISSUES" in the AuthAny.pm perldoc:
On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 12:55 PM, Fred Moyer <fred [at] redhotpenguin> wrote:
> Yes, please post a link to the source! A good place to post
> development versions before uploading an 'official' release to CPAN is
> GitHub - http://github.com
> On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 1:52 PM, Kim Goldov <kgoldov [at] gmail> wrote:
> > I’ve created a module we are calling Apache2::AuthAny. The module
> > other authentication modules or internal code, and provides a single
> > page where the end user can choose between authentication mechanisms.
> > AuthAny currently provides login to the “Distribute System”, which is
> > to collect and disseminate influenza surveillance data. The
> > mechanisms used for Distribute include Google, Shibboleth, and HTTP
> > authentication. Logout is supported for all mechanisms, including HTTP
> > authentication which is not normally possible.
> > We would like to release Apache2::AuthAny on CPAN. I’m posting to this
> > per CPAN guidelines. Please respond if you have concerns about the
> > namespace, would like to review the code, or have suggestions of any
> > Further documentation and a demo is currently running at
> > https://authany.cirg.washington.edu.
> > Kim