Loosen the checks on IndieAuth parameters so that generic OAuth 2.0 clients like Paw.app can be used

Danielle McLean 5 years ago
parent fa66fbbf1e
commit e4aa5c6e6e
Signed by: 00dani
GPG Key ID: 8EB789DDF3ABD240

@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ def canonical(url):
@method_decorator(csrf_exempt, name='dispatch')
class IndieView(TemplateView):
template_name = 'lemonauth/indie.html'
required_params = ('me', 'client_id', 'redirect_uri')
required_params = ('client_id', 'redirect_uri')
@ -43,9 +43,8 @@ class IndieView(TemplateView):
'parameter {0} is required'.format(param)
me = canonical(params['me'])
user = urljoin(utils.origin(request), request.user.url)
if user != me:
me = request.user.full_url
if 'me' in params and me != canonical(params['me']):
return utils.forbid(
'you are logged in but not as {0}'.format(me)

@ -34,12 +34,12 @@ class TokenView(View):
return utils.bad_req(
'this endpoint only supports response_type=code'
if code.client_id != post.get('client_id'):
if 'client_id' in post and code.client_id != post['client_id']:
return utils.forbid('client id did not match')
if code.redirect_uri != post.get('redirect_uri'):
return utils.forbid('redirect uri did not match')
if code.me != post.get('me'):
if 'me' in post and code.me != post['me']:
return utils.forbid('me did not match')
return utils.choose_type(req, {

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