1. 15 Apr, 2017 1 commit
    • Patrick Figel's avatar
      Add recovery code support for two-factor auth (#1773) · df4ff9a8
      Patrick Figel authored
      * Add recovery code support for two-factor auth
      When users enable two-factor auth, the app now generates ten
      single-use recovery codes. Users are encouraged to print the codes
      and store them in a safe place.
      The two-factor prompt during login now accepts both OTP codes and
      recovery codes.
      The two-factor settings UI allows users to regenerated lost
      recovery codes. Users who have set up two-factor auth prior to
      this feature being added can use it to generate recovery codes
      for the first time.
      Fixes #563 and fixes #987
      * Set OTP_SECRET in test enviroment
      * add missing .html to view file names
  2. 29 Nov, 2016 1 commit
  3. 24 Nov, 2016 1 commit
    • Alyssa Ross's avatar
      Add .env.test · 75d09033
      Alyssa Ross authored
      It took me ages to get Mastodon set up with the tests passing because
      the environment variables I needed to define weren't documented and I
      had to work them out one at a time.
      This change adds a .env.test file, and makes it so it isn't ignored by
      git. I think it makes sense for the .env.test file to be in git, since
      there's nothing secret in it, but other approaches would be to have a
      .env.test.sample (like the corresponding one for production), or to set
      these values in a test helper, or to adapt the tests to work with
      environments other than this one. I'd be happy to make these changes if
      that would be preferred.
      Being able to get set up and run the tests is a pretty important part of
      being able to contribute to Mastodon (or your test coverage with
      suffer!), so having some sort of solution like this one is vital.