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PasteDeploy entry point for the werkzeug WSGI server

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dataflake.wsgi.werkzeug
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This package provides a PasteDeploy-compatible entry point to easily integrate
the `werkzeug WSGI server <https://werkzeug.palletsprojects.com>`_ into an
environment that uses PasteDeploy-style ``.ini`` files to compose a WSGI
application.

A second entry point will enable the ``werkzeug`` debugger, so you get nice
clickable tracebacks with the ability to open a console prompt at any point in
the stack. The debugger is `explained in the werkzeug documentation
<https://werkzeug.palletsprojects.com/debug/>`_ and **should never be running
in production**.

It also includes a script to create a basic WSGI configuration file for Zope,
similar to Zope's own ``mkwsgiinstance``, but specifying ``werkzeug`` instead of
``waitress`` as WSGI server.


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1.0 (2019-04-24)
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- Initial release


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