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TurboGears

TurboGears is a complete front-to-back Web development mega-framework in Python. It is built from four core projects and several other packages to provide a powerful set of tools for building modern Web applications.

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  •  09 Mar 2008 07:11

    Release Notes: The quickstart templates have been cleaned-up. The session cookie handling routines have been made more robust and more cross-browser compatible. It is now possible to have an SSL login page while the rest of the Web site uses normal HTTP. Compatibility with SQLAlchemy 0.4.3 was added. This release marks the last active version of the 1.0 branch. All new developments will now occur in the 1.1 branch.

    •  21 Jul 2007 08:05

      Release Notes: An error handling issue with Genshi templates was fixed. The output format now must not be set for templating engines other than Kid, and needs not be set for Kid either. The tg-admin toolbox now runs outside a project directory.

      •  19 Jul 2007 04:24

        Release Notes: Much better on-line documentation was provided. Internationalization is now also available for the JavaScript files. When using SAprovider for identity management, passwords are now encrypted on the fly if a identity.saprovider.encryption_algorithm is set to 'md5' or 'sha1' in app.conf. An alternative quick-start model that uses Elixir (using -e switch) is proposed. A similar one will become the default in 1.1.

        •  02 Nov 2005 18:34

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

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