Jesper Nøhr committed ca67366

using contrib.auth.authenticate rather than our own authentication for django stuff. fixes #41. thanks bmcmurray

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 from django.contrib.auth.models import User, AnonymousUser
 from django.contrib.auth.decorators import login_required
 from django.template import loader
+from django.contrib.auth import authenticate
 from django.conf import settings
 from django.core.urlresolvers import get_callable
     def is_authenticated(self, request):
         return True
-def django_auth(username, password):
-    """
-    Basic callback for `HttpBasicAuthentication`
-    which checks the username and password up
-    against Djangos built-in authentication system.
-    On success, returns the `User`, *not* boolean!
-    """
-    try:
-        user = User.objects.get(username=username)
-        if user.check_password(password):
-            return user
-        else:
-            return False
-    except User.DoesNotExist:
-        return False
 class HttpBasicAuthentication(object):
     Basic HTTP authenticater. Synopsis:
         This will usually be a `HttpResponse` object with
         some kind of challenge headers and 401 code on it.
-    def __init__(self, auth_func=django_auth, realm='API'):
-        self.auth_func = auth_func
+    def __init__(self,realm='API'):
         self.realm = realm
     def is_authenticated(self, request):
         auth = auth.strip().decode('base64')
         (username, password) = auth.split(':', 1)
-        request.user = self.auth_func(username, password) or AnonymousUser()
+        request.user = authenticate(username=username, password=password) or AnonymousUser()
-        return not request.user in (False, AnonymousUser())
+        return not request.user in (False, None, AnonymousUser())
     def challenge(self):
         resp = HttpResponse("Authorization Required")