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License
MIT
Dependencies
Depended by
Lastest release
version 0.1.130 on Apr 8th, 2013

wheezy.html is a python package written in pure Python code. It is a lightweight html widget library. Integrates with the following template systems:

It is optimized for performance, well tested and documented.

Resources:

Install

wheezy.html requires python version 2.4 to 2.7 or 3.2+. It is independent of operating system. You can install it from pypi site using setuptools:

$ easy_install wheezy.html

If you are using virtualenv:

$ virtualenv env
$ env/bin/easy_install wheezy.html

If you would like take a benefit of template preprocessing for Mako, Jinja2, Tenjin or Wheezy.Template engines specify extra requirements:

$ env/bin/easy_install wheezy.html[jinja2]
$ env/bin/easy_install wheezy.html[wheezy.template]

If you run into any issue or have comments, go ahead and add on bitbucket.

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