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Xslt renderer for pyramid

Project description

Rendering for pyramid using XSLT.

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Usage

You can include the xslt rendering in your pyramid app via :

config.include('pyramid_xslt')

or in the .ini deployement file :

pyramid.includes =
    pyramid_xslt

And in your views :

@view_config(route_name='home', renderer='templates/home.xsl')
def my_view(request):
    return ('<a>aa</a>', {'A': 2})
The view can return
  • a string containing the whole xml, an url to an xml file or a path to an xml file,
  • a tuple where the first element is a string as above, the second is a dictionnary of arguments passed to xslt stylesheet and the third is a dictionnary of arguments for the pyramid response (not implented yet). The second and the third element of the tuple are optionnal.

The xslt tree is build one the first request and cached after. So the first request is slower than the next one.

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