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A small WSGI wrapper for creating small python web apps

Project Description

A really small framework for rapid development of small python web applications

Why?

I got tired of dealing with the same boring WSGI stuff every time I wanted to make a small web-utility in django, but I didn’t want to go to far away from it, so I made this little thing to ease the work a bit.

How it works

Example:

from pyroutes import application, route

@route('/')
def index(request, name='world'):
    return 'Hello %s!' % name

The above creates a complete WSGI compliant application. Result:

GET /
Hello world!

GET /foo
Hello foo!

See http://readthedocs.org/docs/pyroutes/ for more information.

Templating

pyroutes includes a small xml-based templating system called xml-template. For more information about xml-template, check out its bzr repo from http://bzr.sesse.net/xml-template XML-Template is released under the GPLv2 license.

For more information about usage, see the wiki example.

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