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version 0.4 on Nov 20th, 2012

This package provide a Pyramid tween for fanstatic and a pyramid scaffold.

Scaffold

Just run:

$ pcreate -s starter -s pyramid_fanstatic myproject

Or:

$ pcreate -s pyramid_fanstatic myexistingproject

if you want to add pyramid_fanstatic to an existing project.

Then read README_FANSTATIC.txt

Fanstatic library definition is added to resources.py. Resources are located in the resources/ directory.

Tween usage

You can use all fanstatic options in your .ini. You just need to prefix options with fanstatic.:

[app:main]
...
fanstatic.publisher_signature = fanstatic

You should add at least those two options:

fanstatic.bottom = true
fanstatic.debug = true # in development.ini

Then include pyramid_fanstatic in your __init__.py:

config.include('pyramid_fanstatic')
Base URLs for resources
Static

By default, resource URLs from Fanstatic come served at in the script root and Fanstatic provides its base_url option to set a URL prefix for all resource URLs. You can utilise this option statically using the following:

[app:main]
...
fanstatic.base_url = https://example.com/myapp

Take note that the URL should not have a trailing slash - Fanstatic has resources URLs that feature a / prefix already.

Dynamic

The above process works, but your application may need to serve from multiple URLs, multiple paths, and so forth. pyramid_fanstatic has a special option to allow the base_url prefix to be configured on a per-request basis. Your application URI is generated using wsgiref.util.application_uri and is based upon the request environment (according to PEP 333).

This option is fanstatic.use_application_uri and is specific to pyramid_fanstatic and is not passed to Fanstatic. Specify this option as follows:

[app:main]
...
fanstatic.use_application_uri = true

Any static base_url that is set will take precedence over this option.

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