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pypm install templer.localcommands

How to install templer.localcommands

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  3. Type pypm install templer.localcommands
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version 1.0b2 on May 24th, 2012


This package provides the framework for local commands within the templer system. In order for localcommands to be available to any templer package, this package must be included.

In general, this is accomplished through an extra for the package, so for example if you wish to enable the local commands available for the templates in the templer.plone package, you would reference the package thus:


This flexibility allows more advanced users to use lighter, more flexible templates, while also supporting new users with templates that help them to get started more quickly.


  • Cris Ewing, original author

Based on code from zopeskel, contributors to which include:

  • Daniel Nouri
  • Tarek Ziadé
  • Mustapha Benali
  • Sylvain Viollon
  • Alan Hoey
  • Josh Johnson
  • Emanuel Sartor
  • Matthew Wilkes
  • Joel Burton
  • Cris Ewing
  • Chris Calloway
  • Chris Rossi


0.1b2 May 20, 2012
  • Fix packaging error [cewing]
0.1b1 May 17, 2012
  • Add TemplerLocalCommand and TemplerLocalTemplate base classes, modelled on the local command and template classes from zopeskel, with fixes [cewing]
  • Add tests for local command instance methods [cewing]
  • Package created using templer [cewing]

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Last updated May 24th, 2012

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