./security/py-gssapi, Low-level and high-level wrappers around GSSAPI C libraries

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.3.0, Package name: py27-gssapi-1.3.0, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

Python-GSSAPI provides both low-level and high level wrappers around
the GSSAPI C libraries. While it focuses on the Kerberos mechanism,
it should also be useable with other GSSAPI mechanisms.

Python-GSSAPI is composed of two parts: a low-level C-style API which
thinly wraps the underlying RFC 2744 methods, and a high-level,
Pythonic API (which is itself a wrapper around the low-level API).
Examples may be found in the examples directory.

The low-level API lives in gssapi.raw. The methods contained therein
are designed to match closely with the original GSSAPI C methods. All
relevant methods and classes may be imported directly from gssapi.raw.
Extension methods will only be imported if they are present.

The high-level API lives directly under gssapi. The classes contained
in each file are designed to provide a more Pythonic, Object-Oriented
view of GSSAPI. The exceptions from the low-level API, plus several
additional exceptions, live in gssapi.exceptions. The rest of the
classes may be imported directly from gssapi. Only classes are
exported by gssapi - all functions are methods of classes in the
high-level API.


Required to run:
[lang/python27] [devel/py-decorator] [lang/py-six] [devel/py-enum34]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: b2ea74d27dcecb09f7dc950669a8af900b22d463
RMD160: c92b30958299e0fc1b85feec944252d62936ca9a
Filesize: 853.314 KB

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   2017-12-06 13:19:43 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
py-gssapi: updated to 1.3.0

1.3.0:

Features
* Support RFC 5587: Extended GSS Mechanism Inquiry APIs
* Support RFC 5801: Using GSSAPI Mechanisms in SASL

Bugfixes
* Fix potential infinite recursion in GSSError#display_status when there is an \ 
error displaying the error
* Read the linker path during setup to support properly building with Heimdal on \ 
Debian
* Fix OID inequality comparison

Tooling
* k5test and gssapi-console now live in their own projects. They can be found at \ 
pythongssapi/k5test and pythongssapi/gssapi-console, respectively, and are \ 
available on PyPI as k5test and gssapi_console
   2017-11-30 09:07:33 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
py-gssapi: updated to 1.2.3

1.2.3:
Bug fixes.
   2017-10-30 19:17:13 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
py-gssapi: enable all Python versions; fixed PLIST for different KRB5_TYPE
   2017-01-01 15:44:09 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (577)
Log message:
Add python-3.6 to incompatible versions.
   2016-07-24 21:08:23 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Use pypi distfile.

Make more ready for python-3.x, but mark it as not-ready-yet.
   2016-07-24 20:56:21 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Use recommended dependency glob pattern
   2016-07-24 20:49:35 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
Add py-gssapi-1.2.0 to the Packages Collection.

	Python-GSSAPI provides both low-level and high level wrappers around
	the GSSAPI C libraries.  While it focuses on the Kerberos mechanism,
	it should also be useable with other GSSAPI mechanisms.

	Python-GSSAPI is composed of two parts:  a low-level C-style API which
	thinly wraps the underlying RFC 2744 methods, and a high-level,
	Pythonic API (which is itself a wrapper around the low-level API).
	Examples may be found in the examples directory.

	The low-level API lives in gssapi.raw.  The methods contained therein
	are designed to match closely with the original GSSAPI C methods.  All
	relevant methods and classes may be imported directly from gssapi.raw.
	Extension methods will only be imported if they are present.

	The high-level API lives directly under gssapi.  The classes contained
	in each file are designed to provide a more Pythonic, Object-Oriented
	view of GSSAPI.  The exceptions from the low-level API, plus several
	additional exceptions, live in gssapi.exceptions.  The rest of the
	classes may be imported directly from gssapi.  Only classes are
	exported by gssapi - all functions are methods of classes in the
	high-level API.