Beaker session factory backend for Pyramid
See the Pylons Project documentation for more information.
On Python 3, the CSRF token returned by new_csrf_token was a bytestring instead of correctly being a string. See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid_beaker/pull/12
A new argument to PyramidBeakerSessionFactoryConfig named constant_csrf_token is now permitted for test configuration purposes. See https://github.com/Pylons/pyramid_beaker/pull/13 for more information.
Python 3.2 compatibility.
Dropped Jython support (may be re-added after Jython releases a 2.7- compatible version).
Dropped Python 2.5 support.
Made compatible with zope.interface 4.0.0 (symptom: TypeError: Class advice impossible in Python3. Use the @implementer class decorator instead. when run under Python 2 or or Python 3)
Add dev and docs setup.py aliases.
Beaker 1.6+ compat: added support for key_length and enabled options.
Add a tox.ini for Jenkins testing.
Add includeme function to ease application setup.
The default value for the cookie_on_exception parameter to pyramid_beaker.BeakerSessionFactoryConfig is now True. This means that when view code causes an exception to be raised, and the session has been mutated, a cookie will be sent back in the response. Previously its default value was False.
Allow cache regions to inherit URL configuration from main cache options.
Respect a cookie_on_exception configuration value passed to the BeakerSessionFactoryConfig constructor. If this value is passed and it’s not false, session cookies will be set even on responses resulting from an exception.
Update to new relationship between new_csrf_token and get_csrf_token as described in Pyramid 1.0a9 interfaces.
Support ISession flash/csrf API added to Pyramid 1.0a8+.
Add cache_region support via pyramid_beaker.set_cache_regions_from_settings (and documented).
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