Here's current source code for LoginController:

Authentication and Authorization API 0.5.0

This is a thin wrapper on top of LibAuthKit to allow easy
integration with Django-based apps.

from authkit.authenticate import middleware as auth_middleware
from authkit.authorize import NotAuthenticatedError
from authkit.authenticate.cookie import make_cookie_user_setter
from notmm.utils.wsgilib import HTTPRequest, HTTPResponse

from session import SessionController

__all__ = ['AuthCookieController', 'LoginController']

class AuthCookieController(SessionController):
    Authentication controller to delegate authorization to generic
    user-defined backends.

    request_class = HTTPRequest
    response_class = HTTPResponse

    def __init__(self, wsgi_app, auth_conf=None, **kwargs):
        super(AuthCookieController, self).__init__(**kwargs)

        #put a pointer on the previous wsgi app in the stack
        #self.wsgi_app = wsgi_app

        self.auth_conf_wrapper = auth_middleware(wsgi_app,
            cookie_secret='secret string',
        #try to enforce cookie user setter here
        #self.auth_conf_wrapper = make_cookie_user_setter(wsgi_app, auth_conf)

    def application(self, environ, start_response):
        # apply the response middleware wrapper to
        # the WSGI stack and return a callable obj
        return self.auth_conf_wrapper(environ, start_response)

    def authenticate(self, username, password):
        Authenticate with the provided ``username`` and ``password``. 
        Developers are expected to override this method in custom
        authentication subclasses.

        if username == password:
            return username
            return None

LoginController = AuthCookieController

just another Wiki: BaseControllerAPI/LoginController (last edited 2017-03-03 10:40:34 by EtienneRobillard)