A local callback server for oAuth web-flow.
clavem allows you to handle a full oAuth authentication flow directly from the console.
Simply instantiate the authorizer and run the authorize method with the URL:
require "clavem" # Initialize your oAuth access. authorizer = Clavem::Authorizer.new # Get the token # You can also handle callback parameter by yourself. # url += "?oauth_callback=" + authorizer.callback_url # authorizer.authorize(url, false) authorizer.authorize(url) if authorizer.succeeded? then access_token = authorizer.token # Go on! else # Authorization denied or failed end
Alternatively, you can also specify a timeout and a block to the constructor to customizer the response handling.
See the documentation for more information.
To use on jRuby, you need to install a gem with C extensions which must be compiled.
See jRuby documentation to see how to enabled extensions compilation.
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