The update.sh script is useful as long as sphinx-intl is not part of debian. The makefile had an shell string bug. '$var' != "$var" Sphinx doctrees should not be part of the git repository. And there was a print left in docs/conf.py as well as an import error. Importing the correct version of bottle (and not the system installed one) is important to get the correct docstrings for the API documentation.
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* github.com:bottlepy/bottle: Don't berate users about their lack of domain-specific knowledge. Added fix of the failing test (0d4b535). Added failing test of the decorator with parameters modyfing kwargs. only import subprocess if it's needed Updated link to Google App Engine in Readme.rst Updated four to five Added another recipe for removing trailing slashes
This one is using a `before_request` hook to strip the trailing slash from `request.environ['PATH_INFO']`. I prefer it to the WSGI middleware method because it leaves the API of the app intact. For example, in the `StripPathMiddleware` snippet, you can't later add a route to `myapp` because you'll get the following error: `AttributeError: 'StripPathMiddleware' object has no attribute 'route'`.