A Clojure library designed to authenticate and authorize basic permissions at an external keycloak server Administration is so far not meant to be done here
$ docker-compose up --force-recreate
[org.clojars.majorcluster/clj-simple-keycloak "LAST RELEASE NUMBER"]
Configure your users, realms, clients and permissions at your
authn!!), returning the tokens provided by keycloak. If it fails, it throws an ex-info
export GPG_TTY=$(tty) && lein deploy clojars
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