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Template system integration for fresco

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Example usage with Jinja2:

from fresco import FrescoApp
from fresco_template import Jinja2
from jinja2 import PackageLoader

app = FrescoApp()
jinja2 = Jinja2(loader=PackageLoader('mypackage', 'template/dir'))
jinja2.init_app(app)


@jinja2.contextprocessor
def default_context():
    # Return a dictionary of variables always to be included in the
    # template context.
    #
    # NB the fresco context object and urlfor function are already included
    # in the template context by default.
    return {}

@jinja2.render('page.html')
def myview():
    return {'var': 'value'}

Same example with Chameleon:

from fresco import FrescoApp
from fresco_template import Chameleon
from chameleon import PageTemplateLoader

app = FrescoApp()

loader = PageTemplateLoader(['template/dir'], auto_reload=True)
chameleon = Chameleon(loader)
chameleon.init_app(app)


@chameleon.contextprocessor
def default_context():
    # Return a dictionary of variables always to be included in the
    # template context.
    #
    # NB the fresco context object and urlfor function are already included
    # in the template context by default.
    return {}

@chameleon.render('page.html')
def myview():
    return {'var': 'value'}

0.3.1 (released 2016-11-29)

0.3.0 (released 2015-09-25)

  • Added support for Kajiki

  • The environment variable has had its name changed to loader and is no longer available directly on the TemplateEnvironment object but via the plugin property. For example:

    from jinja2 import Environment, FileSystemLoader
    from fresco_template import Jinja2
    
    # Old style - BROKEN in 0.3 release:
    j2 = Jinja2(environment=Environment(FileSystemLoader('templates')))
    j2.environment.install_gettext_translations(my_translation_module)
    
    # New style:
    j2 = Jinja2(Environment(autoescape=True, FileSystemLoader('templates')))
    j2.plugin.loader.install_gettext_translations(my_translation_module)
    
  • Any custom plugins will need to be rewritten. Refer to any of the default plugins for examples.

0.2.1

  • The TemplateContent class now calls all context processors on instantiation. This ensures context processors are always called before response headers are sent.

0.2

Initial release

0.1

(unreleased version)

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