PyEmbed plugin for rendering embeddings using Jinja2 templates
Initialize the plugin like this:
renderer = Jinja2Renderer(path)
where path is the path to a directory containing Jinja2 templates:
If you don’t supply one of these files, a default embedding will be used instead.
For more information, see the PyEmbed website.
PyEmbed-Jinja2 has been tested with Python 2.7 and 3.3.
PyEmbed-Jinja2 can be installed using pip:
pip install pyembed-jinja2
To report an issue, request an enhancement, or contribute a patch, go to the PyEmbed-Jinja2 GitHub page.
PyEmbed-Jinja2 is distributed under the MIT license.
Copyright (c) 2013 Matt Thomson
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Initial stable release
Changes to tests only.
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