Routes is a Python URL recognition and generation system similar to the Rails routing system. Routes makes it easy to create pretty and concise URL's that are RESTful with little effort.
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README.rst

Routes is a Python re-implementation of the Rails routes system for mapping URL's to Controllers/Actions and generating URL's. Routes makes it easy to create pretty and concise URL's that are RESTful with little effort.

Speedy and dynamic URL generation means you get a URL with minimal cruft (no big dangling query args). Shortcut features like Named Routes cut down on repetitive typing.

See the documentation for installation and usage of Routes.

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