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Fetches the error from the session.  This removes it from the
session and returns that error.  This method is probably useless
if :meth:`errorhandler` is used.

src/f/l/flask-oauthprovider-HEAD/examples/mongo_demoprovider/login.py   flask-oauthprovider(Download)
                                                  'nickname'])
    return render_template('login.html', next=oid.get_next_url(),
                           error=oid.fetch_error())
 
 

src/f/l/Flask-OpenID-1.2.1/example/example.py   Flask-OpenID(Download)
                                         extensions=[pape_req])
    return render_template('login.html', next=oid.get_next_url(),
                           error=oid.fetch_error())
 
 

src/f/l/flask-openid-HEAD/example/example.py   flask-openid(Download)
                                         extensions=[pape_req])
    return render_template('login.html', next=oid.get_next_url(),
                           error=oid.fetch_error())
 
 

src/f/m/fmn.web-0.2.4/fmn/web/app.py   fmn.web(Download)
 
    return flask.render_template(
        'login.html', next=oid.get_next_url(), error=oid.fetch_error())
 
 

src/c/n/cnucnuweb-HEAD/cnucnuweb/app.py   cnucnuweb(Download)
    return flask.render_template(
        'login.html',
        next=OID.get_next_url(), error=OID.fetch_error())
 
 

src/p/r/prat-HEAD/chat/views/auth.py   prat(Download)
  return render_template('login.htmljinja',
                         next=next_url,
                         error=oid.fetch_error())
 
@oid.after_login