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Swagger tools for use in pyramid webapps

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License:Copyright © 2014 Scott Triglia under the BSD 3-clause
Build status:Travis CI
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This project offers convenient tools for using Swagger to define and validate your interfaces in a Pyramid webapp.

Full documentation is available at

How to contribute

  1. Fork this repository on Github:

  2. Clone your forked repository:

  3. Make a feature branch for your changes:

    git remote add upstream
    git fetch upstream
    git checkout upstream/master -b my-feature-branch
  4. Create and activate the virtual environment, this will provide you with all the libraries and tools necessary for pyramid_swagger development:

  5. Make sure the test suite works before you start:

    tox -e py27    # Note: use py35 for Python 3.5, see tox.ini for possible values
  6. Commit patches:

  7. Push to github: git pull && git push origin

  8. Send a pull request:

Running a single test

Make sure you have activated the virtual environment (see above).

py.test -vvv tests/

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