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PHP OpenID 2.0 library for PEAR Updates
Jul 24, 2007 @ 12:53:00

Pádraic Brady has posted two new updates about his OpenID library for PEAR - one concerning the previous version being available from a subversion repository and the other about some updates to the source.

From the first post:

So after a few days throwing around code in an IDE, a small amount of swearing, and an overdose of caffeine, I have committed initial OpenID PHP5 code in it's shiny new PEARified form to subversion. What this means is that after a few more days of completion to work out major kinks, the PEAR-Dev mailing list will be notified of a new OpenID Consumer proposal ;-). A Server proposal will follow at a later date, i.e. when the dull ache in my forearms subsides. The repostory: http://svn.astrumfutura.org/pear/trunk/OpenID/

And, from the second post:

Just a quick update on the PHP OpenID 2.0 library being proposed to PEAR. The library is a PHP5 implementation of the OpenID 2.0 Authentication Specification. It's currently only including a Consumer (so you can build OpenID authentication into websites) but a Server is already in the works for later.

Be sure to check out both of these posts for lots more information than's presented here. Pádraic's worked hard on the package - check out the alpha code at http://svn.astrumfutura.org/pear/trunk/ to see just how much.

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