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REST Framework for pyramids

Project description

Lovely PyRest

Lovely Pyrest provides helpers to build REST-Webservices with pyramid.


- raise a 405 if an unimplemented method is called on a servie
- provides schema validation using validictory
- raises correct errors if the `Accept` or `Content-Type` header doesn't match
- sphinx extension to automatically generate service documentation


Take a look at the `documentation <http://>`_
for usage information.

Development Setup

For development setup instructions see:


Bootstrap and buildout

Bootstrap with python 2.7::


Run buildout::

./bin/buildout -N


Python shouldn't have installed any 3rd party packages


To run all the tests use::


For additional testrunner options run::

./bin/test --help

Generating Documentation

Before generating the new documentation make sure the `gh-pages` submodule is up-to-date::

git submodule init

git submodule update

To generate the new documentation run::


The documentation is located in the `gh-pages` directory which points to the
`gh-pages` submodule.

Publish documentation

To publish the documentation commit the changed files in the `gh-pages`

cd gh-pages

git add <changed-files>

git commit -m "updated documentation"

git push origin gh-pages

Changes for Lovey Pyrest


2013/10/21 0.1.0

- added information how to publish documentation on gh-pages

- auto-doc: fixed bug where normal text gets included in <h4> tag

- removed closed source dependencies, so this package can be open sourced

- added license information

2013/10/11 0.0.11

- bugfix: fixed query validation

2013/10/11 0.0.10

- convert boolean for query parameter validation

2013/10/11 0.0.9

- changed schema validation for compatibility

2013/10/11 0.0.8

- number conversation for query parameters

2013/10/09 0.0.7

- Services provide help functionality by default

2013/10/08 0.0.6

- enabled JSONP support

2013/10/08 0.0.5

- added sphinx extension to generate service documentation automatically

2013/10/04 0.0.4

- possibility to use array type in GET query validation

2013/10/02 0.0.3

- added documentation

2013/10/01 0.0.2

- include DEFAULT_FORMAT_VALIDATORS from validictory

2013/10/01 0.0.1

- added basic functionallity:
* raise a 405 if an unimplemented method is called on a service
* provide schema validation
* raise correct errors if the `Accept` or `Content-Type` headers mismatch

- initial commit

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