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version 0.5 on Nov 20th, 2012

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deform_jinja2
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Jinja2 templates for deform using the uni-form model

To run the deformdemo application using the deform_jinja2 renderer:

  • Create a virtualenv:

    $ virtualenv2.6 --no-site-packages env
    

    Heretofore, the env directory created above will be referred to as $VENV

  • Clone the deformdemo GitHub repository:

    $ git clone git://github.com/Pylons/deformdemo.git
    
  • cd to the deformdemo checkout and setup.py develop it into your virtualenv

    $ cd deformdemo $ $VENV/bin/python setup.py develop

  • Use the deform_jinja2 demo.ini file to run a demo app server via paster serve:

    $ $VENV/bin/paster demo.ini

  • The demo app will be running on port 8521. See the README.rst in the deformdemo checkout for instructions about how to run the selenium tests.

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