cherrypy3 3.1.2-1 source package in Ubuntu


cherrypy3 (3.1.2-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream release (Closes: #528473)
  * debian/rules:
  - use the quilt make include file instead of using custom code; should
    make the package convertable to the new quilt source format
    (Closes: #538677)
  * debian/control:
  - updated Standards-Version with no changes
  * debian/python-cherrypy3.links:
  - fix link to point to the new place where python-support installs files

 -- Krzysztof Klimonda <email address hidden>   Mon,  24 Aug 2009 13:07:18 +0100

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Krzysztof Klimonda on 2009-08-24
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python-cherrypy3: Python web development framework - version 3

 CherryPy is a pythonic, object-oriented web development framework. It
 provides the foundation over which complex web-based applications can
 be written, with little or no knowledge of the underlying
 protocols. CherryPy allows developers to build web applications in
 much the same way they would build any other object-oriented Python
 program. This usually results in smaller source code developed in
 less time.
 CherryPy is up-to-date with the latest developments on using Python
 for web development: it features a bundled WSGI server, and is able
 to integrate with other dispatching mechanisms, such as
 Routes. CherryPy can be run as a standalone application, since it
 provides its own HTTP server; setting it up behind another HTTP
 server, such as Apache, or even with mod_python are also options.
 This version is backwards incompatible with the 2.2 version in some
 ways. See