My patches to the Yesod Web Framework

fr33domlover da3b437189 yesod-auth: Use cryptonite instead of deprecated cryptohash 4 years ago
demo 5ca0dd7468 Added an example with email auth and an ses mailer 4 years ago
yesod 4d6448b0dd Use Data.Yaml.Config module to decrease code duplication 4 years ago
yesod-auth da3b437189 yesod-auth: Use cryptonite instead of deprecated cryptohash 4 years ago
yesod-auth-oauth e6216fa289 Version bump 4 years ago
yesod-bin 120c236fc5 More changelog updates 4 years ago
yesod-core bf0ca2bc10 Version bump 4 years ago
yesod-eventsource bed6dafce8 Doc link updates 5 years ago
yesod-form 465210d131 Version bump 4 years ago
yesod-newsfeed 806dc5c629 Fuller docs + version bump 4 years ago
yesod-persistent d101c8eebe yesod-persistent: Make it work with persistent 2.5 4 years ago
yesod-sitemap bed6dafce8 Doc link updates 5 years ago
yesod-static d785094ec9 Version bump 5 years ago
yesod-test 6addf3923d Changes spec name and bump version to 4 years ago
yesod-websockets ae0608bc21 Bump yesod-websockets version. 5 years ago
.gitignore aa94e5e249 add a stack.yaml file 5 years ago
.travis.yml be9d0a281d Better Travis caching 4 years ago bb7f0afe34 CODE_OF_CONDUCT spacing and problem resolution 5 years ago
Dockerfile 82da9b0fe8 add a Dockerfile for haskell development 5 years ago
LICENSE 20015aa6ee Update license with MIT license 8 years ago
README edd163da33 Formatted README a bit 11 years ago 8de3e80c94 Simplify README based on stack #1021 5 years ago d6a59cee3b notes were out of date, seem to be maintained on wiki, noted such 7 years ago
sources.txt def48d8a45 Version bumps for 1.4 release 6 years ago
stack.yaml d99de61554 Use CPP to maintain backward compat 4 years ago


Authentication methods for Haskell web applications.

Note for Rpxnow:
By default on some (all?) installs wget does not come with root certificates
for SSL. If this is the case then Web.Authenticate.Rpxnow.authenticate will
fail as wget cannot establish a secure connection to rpxnow's servers.

A simple *nix solution, if potentially insecure (man in the middle attacks as
you are downloading the certs) is to grab a copy of the certs extracted from
those that come with firefox, hosted by CURL at , put them somewhere (for ex,
~/.wget/cacert.pem) and then edit your ~/.wgetrc to include:

This should fix the problem.