A light weight WSGI framework with a pluggable architecture
BlazeWeb (formerly pysmvt) is a WSGI web framework library designed to be relatively “light weight”, but with a powerful plug-in and override architecture that facilitates modularized development.
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The code stays pretty stable, but some of the API will probably change in the future.
The BlazeWeb tip is installable via easy_install with easy_install BlazeWeb==dev
0.4.1 released 2011-06-11
- fixed bw project command, it will now create a decent project file/folder skeleton.
- minimock’s 1.2.6 release breaks some usage of the library, “pin” dependency at 1.2.5
- add config option http_exception_handling, default behavior is unchanged
- add testing.runview() to make it easier to test a views without a WSGI test runner (Werkzeug Client, WebTest TestApp)
Project skeleton will look like:
foobar-dist/ |-- changelog.rst |-- foobar | |-- application.py | |-- config | | |-- __init__.py | | |-- settings.py | | `-- site_settings.py | |-- __init__.py | |-- templates | | `-- index.html | |-- tests | | |-- __init__.py | | `-- test_views.py | `-- views.py |-- MANIFEST.in |-- readme.rst `-- setup.py
0.4.0 released 2011-03-01
- BC BREAK: adjustments to session management & user objects so sessions are lazily loaded. See commits [527b5279ce16], [ae2f4d5c6789] for details of BC issues.
- add utils.session_regenerate_id()
0.3.3 released 2011-02-11
- added a new log, on by default, to capture details about sent emails
- added warning level logs when mail_programmers() or mail_admins() is used with an empty setting
0.3.2 released 2011-02-04
- added pass_as parameter to View.add_processor()
- bump up the default settings for logs.max_bytes(50MB) and log.backup_count (10)
- add settings_connect() decorator for connecting events to settings instance methods
- added setup_*_logging() methods
- make the user and session object available to test responses
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