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Series: 2.0
1 Development 2020-09-02 08:21:22 UTC
2080. Merge pull request #47 from cjwatson/...

Author: Vlastimil Zíma
Revision Date: 2020-09-02 08:21:22 UTC

Merge pull request #47 from cjwatson/urinorm-query-unicode

Fix normalization of non-ASCII query strings on Python 2

lp:~ubuntuone-pqm-team/python-openid/stable 1 Development 2013-05-17 18:24:36 UTC
1989. Merge pull request #31 from justjkk/m...

Author: Will Norris
Revision Date: 2012-08-06 20:21:56 UTC

Merge pull request #31 from justjkk/master

Provider should post automatically to Consumer after authorize

lp:~deryck/python-openid/python-openid-fix1034376 bug 1 Development 2012-08-10 17:24:38 UTC
1990. Add back fix for bug 676372, which wi...

Author: Deryck Hodge
Revision Date: 2012-08-09 18:50:23 UTC

Add back fix for bug 676372, which will fix bug 1034376
and allow us to update openid.

lp:~wgrant/python-openid/python-openid-2.2.1-fix676372 bug 1 Development 2011-02-02 09:05:53 UTC
6. Suppress the Expect: 100-continue hea...

Author: William Grant
Revision Date: 2011-02-02 09:03:12 UTC

Suppress the Expect: 100-continue header that curl will send if the POST payload exceeds 1KiB. The manual header parsing does not handle 100 Continue responses.

lp:~gary/python-openid/python-openid-2.2.1-patched 1 Development 2009-02-18 15:31:58 UTC
6. make openid first try to use the non-...

Author: Gary Poster
Revision Date: 2009-02-18 15:29:51 UTC

make openid first try to use the non-deprecated spelling for getting the namespace, and then fall back to the older one, which is still used in some places.

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