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paste template for a view using webob + genshi

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Setting Up A New Project

from start to editing code

0. Install virtualenv [Optional but highly recommended]::

easy_install virtualenv

1. Make a virtualenv::

virtualenv myproject

2. Install genshi_view::

cd myproject
. bin/activate
mkdir src
cd src
hg clone # or `easy_install genshi_view`
cd genshi_view
python develop
cd ..

3. Instantitate a template. genshi_view is a pastescript template
that will get you a hello world application OOTB::

paster create -t genshi_view your_project_name

Answer the questions it asks you regarding the template variables.

4. Serve your application to see that it works::

cd your_project_name
paster serve your_project_name.ini

Navigate to the URL that paster displays

5. You're done! Helloworld works. Now you just have to edit the
source code:

- templates are in your_project_name/templates; there is one by default
- static resources are in your_project_name/static
- the request dispatcher is at your_project_name/dispatcher
- the request handlers are at your_project_name/handlers; if you add
more, don't forget to add them to's imports and to
self.handlers in Dispatcher's __init__ function

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