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Josh VanderLinden
Fixed some reStructuredText problems in the README
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1.2.1-rc1
Josh VanderLinden
Adding README.rst to the manifest
Josh VanderLinden
Removing any passwords from the request data. (GC #2)
Josh VanderLinden
Removing the dist directory
Josh VanderLinden
Updating authors. Version bump.
Michael Blume
Introduce (and document) replacement staff_member_required decorator.
Michael Blume
factor lockout_response into its own helper function
Michael Blume
provide more fine-grained control over login patching
Michael Blume
Document reset() function and some new parameter defaults
Josh VanderLinden
Linking README to README.rst
Josh VanderLinden
Renaming README to README.rst
Josh VanderLinden
Removing symlink to README
Josh VanderLinden
Updating ignores
Josh VanderLinden
Merging in changes from MichaelBlume, with some modifications of my own.
Michael Blume
let git and hg ignore eachother
Michael Blume
bump version
Michael Blume
add reset command. from axes.utils import reset reset() will reset all lockouts and access records. reset(ip) will clear lockout/records for ip reset will print a message to std out if there is nothing to reset, unless called with silent = True
Michael Blume
bump this up to 1.0 RC 1
Michael Blume
locking someone out deserves a warn, not just an info
Michael Blume
successful login resets failure count If a user fails to login, then logs in successfully, we wipe the slate.
Michael Blume
a bit less verbosity -- this gets imported a lot if you're using runserver
Michael Blume
update logging style a bit
Michael Blume
some controls on ouput verbosity
Michael Blume
ignore build folder
Michael Blume
ignore .pyc files
Michael Blume
doc new features
Michael Blume
allow more flexibility in lockout display creates settings for either an URL to redirect to, or a template to display.
Michael Blume
log to arbitrary loggers
Michael Blume
ask forgiveness, not permission
Michael Blume
move check_request out to its own function, so folks can import it. check_request takes a request and a boolean, is_unsuccessful. It updates the database as needed, then returns True if the response should continue unchanged, and False if it should be blocked. it also logs out the request if we're blocking.
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