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Renderer plugin for bottle

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This plugin allows you to specify a renderer for per route. Here is an example

from bottle import Bottle
from bottle_renderer import RendererPlugin

app = Bottle()
renderer = RendererPlugin(template_context = {'FB_APP_ID': 1234}) # This will be available in templates

# You can override the renderers by specifying your own.
# renderer.add_renderer('json', your_json_renderer)

app.install(renderer)
app.uninstall('json') # no autojson

# to use in a route, just specify the "renderer" attribute
@app.get('/main', name='main', renderer='main.jinja2')
def get_main():
    # do something
    return ret_value

In your templates (jinja2, mako, etc.) you can access the following by default:

R:

return value of the function

app:

The current app

request:

The current request

response:

The current response

The following renderers are available:

@app.get(renderer='json', ..) # Renders return value as json
@app.get(renderer='string', ..) # Renders return value as text/plain
@app.get(renderer='<template_filename>.stpl', ..) # simple
@app.get(renderer='<template_filename>.mako', ..)
@app.get(renderer='<template_filename>.jinja2', ..)
@app.get(renderer='<template_filename>.cheetah', ..)
@app.get(renderer='<template_filename>.simpletal', ..)

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