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How to install pysform

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  3. Type pypm install pysform
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License
BSD
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Lastest release
version 0.2.1 on Jan 5th, 2011

Introduction

pysform is a library designed to facilitate the rendering/processing/validating of HTML forms.

Features

  • validation based on FormEncode
  • attempting to have complete HTML spec coverage
  • extensible rendering system() (don't have to use it)
  • will work with multiple WSGI frameworks (Werkzeug currently supported)
  • extensive unit tests
  • few dependencies: FormEncode, pysutils, WebHelpers

Code Sample

Using it might look like this:

System Message: WARNING/2 (<string>, line 21)

Literal block expected; none found.

class MyForm(Form): def __init__(self): Form.__init__(self, 'myform')

el = self.add_header('input-els', 'Optional Elements') el = self.add_button('button', 'Button', defaultval='PushMe') el = self.add_checkbox('checkbox', 'Checkbox') el = self.add_file('file', 'File') el = self.add_hidden('hidden', defaultval='my hidden val') el = self.add_image('image', 'Image', defaultval='my image val', src='images/icons/b_edit.png') el = self.add_text('text', 'Text') el.add_note('a note') el.add_note('an <strong>HTML</strong> note', False) el = self.add_text('nolabel', defaultval='No Label') el.add_note('a note') el = self.add_password('password', 'Password') el = self.add_confirm('confirm', 'Confirm Password', match='password') el.add_note('confirm characters for password field are automatically masked') el = self.add_date('date', 'Date', defaultval=datetime.date(2009, 12, 3)) el.add_note('note the automatic conversion from datetime object') emel = self.add_email('email', 'Email') el = self.add_confirm('confirmeml', 'Confirm Email', match=emel) el.add_note('note you can confirm with the name of the field or the element object') el.add_note('when not confirming password field, characters are not masked') el = self.add_time('time', 'Time') el = self.add_url('url', 'URL') options = [('1', 'one'), ('2','two')] el = self.add_select('select', options, 'Select') el = self.add_mselect('mselect', options, 'Multi Select') el = self.add_textarea('textarea', 'Text Area') el = self.add_fixed('fixed', 'Fixed', 'fixed val') el = self.add_fixed('fixed-no-label', defaultval = 'fixed no label') el = self.add_static('static', 'Static', 'static val') el = self.add_static('static-no-label', defaultval='static val no label')

and the view/controller code might look something like:

System Message: WARNING/2 (<string>, line 58)

Literal block expected; none found.

class FormTest(HtmlTemplatePage): def prep(self): self.form = MyForm()

def post(self): if self.form.is_cancel(): self.assign('cancel', True) elif self.form.is_valid(): self.assign('values', self.form.get_values()) elif self.form.is_submitted(): # form was submitted, but invalid self.form.assign_user_errors() self.default()

def default(self): self.assign('form', self.form)

Questions & Comments

Please visit: http://groups.google.com/group/pyslibs

Current Status

The code stays pretty stable, but the API is likely to change in the future.

The pysform tip is installable via easy_install with easy_install pysform==dev

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Last updated Jan 5th, 2011

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