A declarative templating language based on JSON
For more about JSON Template, see:
To test JSON template, go to the trunk of the development version of JSON template and do the following:
$ python jsontemplate_test.py
Also run the Python tests:
$ python jsontemplate_test.py --python
Also run the Python specific tests:
$ cd python/jsontemplate $ python formatters_test.py $ python jsontemplate_unittest.py
NOTE: While there are some tests included in the Python release, the tests won’t run with just the release. You need the whole checkout of the multi-language JSON Template in order to run the tests, not just the Python parts.
Applied patch that adds “provides” to setup.py.
Yet again adding CHANGES.txt.
Again adding CHANGES.txt.
JSON Template is usually released at: http://code.google.com/p/json-template/downloads/list
This is the first PyPI release in 2+ years as I am not a PyPI user myself (sorry). Lots of changes since the last PyPI release:
- template styles
- section “pre-formatters”
- various tweaks and additions to the set of builtin formatters
- multiline comment
- whitespace options
doc/Design.txt has some skeletal notes.
(hg change set 434:d97224b19057, tag python-0.85)
- This release should actually be installable, as ‘CHANGES.txt’ is actually included.
- Initial public release on PyPI.