openid implementation in c++
hacker at klever.net
Wed Jul 20 00:08:05 PDT 2005
On Tue, Jul 19, 2005 at 06:21:56PM -0700, Brad Fitzpatrick wrote:
> Nice! Worked for me. (and yes, I'm brad.livejournal.com)
I knew I'm risking this, when I sent this to the list. But I was hoping
I will be able to say that of all N identities (where N>3) there was
only one brad.livejournal.com. How could I know no one but me,
brad.livejournal.com and bradfitz.com is going try it? ;-)
> Can you add this to lifewiki.net/openid/ ?
> On Tue, 19 Jul 2005, Michael Krelin wrote:
> > Greetings.
> > I do not really expect anyone to use c++ as a web development language,
> > but since there is at least one weirdo (that's me, of course), there
> > should be also at least one c++ implementation.
> > So, I've put together a c++ library with both server and consumer
> > support. At this point the library is only available as a public
> > subversion repository available at http://svn.klever.net/kin/libopkele/
> > but I will put the page for it soon. Requires mimetic mime support
> > library, curl for network operations and openssl. For each requirement
> > missing the configure script give the URL where one can get it from.
> > You can try to get consumed at http://www.klever.net/openid/consumer
> > (no, there's no guestbook, yet, it just checks your identity and stores
> > it with the session).
> > Once again, I do not expect people to use it, but still, yet another
> > piece of code available may server a reference for the implmentors.
> > If some will actually make use of it, I'd be glad to hear. I am open to
> > suggestions too.
> > Love,
> > Michael
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