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README.rst

Pando is a Python web framework. Simplates are the main attraction.

Installation, Testing, and License

pando is available on GitHub and on PyPI:

$ pip install pando

We test against 64-bit Python 2.7 on Linux: Linux build status

And we test against 32- and 64-bit Python 2.7 on Windows: Windows build status

pando is MIT-licensed.

Documentation and further information

on the main site : http://aspen.io/