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TurboGears2 application are developed according to a model-view-controller (MVC) architecture composed of several components: an Object Relational Mapper (or ORM, to code the model), a template engine (to write views), and an URL mapper (to associate URLs to Python methods acting as controllers).
TurboGears2 relies on the best available individual components and combines them into a coherent and well-documented whole. TurboGears2 includes parts that join the components together and make them work together seamlessly, but does not obscure each included project. This allows to take advantage of existing documentation, articles, mailing lists and other resources that have built up in the communities for each project.
TurboGears2 is the next major version of TurboGears, and builds on the Pylons framework.
This package contains all you would need to run (but not develop) web applications powered by TurboGears2; to develop them you should also install the python-tg.devtools packages.
"""TurboGears project related information""" version = "2.0.3" description = "Next generation TurboGears built on Pylons" long_description=""" TurboGears brings together a best of breed python tools to create a flexible, full featured, and easy to use web framework. TurboGears 2 provides and integrated and well tested set of tools for everything you need to build dynamic, database driven applicat more»
turbogears2 (2.0.3-2) unstable; urgency=low * add quilt support (build-dep, CDBS snippet, README.source) * add patch routes-mapper-minimize-by-default which enables Routes mapper minimization: it is required by TG2, but it has been disabled in python-routes (>= 1.12). Thanks to Piotr Ożarowski for the patch! (Closes: #574640) * bump Standards-Version to 3.8.4, no changes needed more»
This package was debianized by Gustavo Noronha Silva <email@example.com> on Thu, 10 Mar 2005 09:32:58 -0300. It was downloaded from http://www.turbogears.org/ Authors: Mark Ramm Jonathan LaCour Rick Copland Alberto Vargas and the TurboGears community Copyright: TurboGears has the folowing copyright: Copyright © 2005 more»