A tiny web API framework based on Teleport
Cosmic is a tiny web API framework based on Teleport.
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(bugfix release, released on August 25st, 2014)
Actions with no accepts or returns parameters broke.
Move API object storage (cosmos) out of thread-locals. This broke Cosmic in multi-threaded environments.
Let API.run accept debug parameter.
- Changed Server.unhandled_exception_hook behavior:
Pass request object as second parameter.
Don’t call it when Server.debug is true.
- New thread-local API:
SafeGlobal gone in favor of SwappableDict` and ``ThreadLocalDict
Swapping API instead of stack API.
thread_local context manager takes care of cleaning up.
(bugfix release, released on August 21st, 2014)
Fixed cosmic.client.ClientLoggingMixin so that the log value is JSON serializable and the headers are represented consistently by lists of tuples.
Added CHANGES file
Improved long_description for PyPI
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