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MIT
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version 1.0b2 on May 24th, 2012

Introduction

This package extends the functionality of the templer code generation system. It builds upon the functionality of templer.core and templer.buildout, and depends on those packages. This package provides basic support for creating zope packages and zope buildouts. Included are packages for basic zope packages and basic zope buildouts.

Creating Packages

As with the parent package, templer.core, creating packages using templer.zope templates is accomplished by using the templer script. The script is invoked thus:

templer zope2_basic

This will create a basic zope package skeleton.

Provided Templates

This package provides two templates for Zope package development

zope2_basic
A namespace package for developing Zope2 applications. The package comes complete with a simple development buildout for Zope2 in which the package is installed
zope2_nested
A nested namespace package for developing Zope2 applications. The package comes complete with a simple development buildout for Zope2 in which the package is installed
Other Functions

The templer script provides a number of other functions, these are described in full on the index page for templer.core at PyPI

Contributors

  • 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

Changelog

1.0b2 May 20, 2012
  • Fix packaging problem [cewing]
1.0b1 May 17, 2012
  • create buildout configuration for zope packages that will work [cewing]
  • modify package layout for basic zope template to mimic that of the Zope Developers Guide (http://docs.zope.org/zope2/zdgbook/GettingStarted.html) [cewing]
  • add a new nested zope template for a simple zope package skeleton with a nested namespace [cewing]
  • renamed basic_zope to zope2_basic to maintain consistency in entry point naming [cewing]
  • add tests for zope2_nested template [cewing]
  • updated README to reflect the new additions [cewing]
1.0a2 October 7, 2011
  • Metadata fixes [cewing]
1.0a1 October 7, 2011
  • Ported abstract zope package and basic zope package from zopeskel along with their tests [cewing]
  • Package created using templer [cewing]

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