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A static templating engine written in Python

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Templar is a static templating engine written in Python that is designed to be lightweight and flexible. Templar supports template inheritance and modular source files, as well as the ability to define custom Markdown patterns.

See the [Templar Documentation](http://albertwu.org/projects/templar/getting-started) for help with getting started.

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