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2 parents 46ea771 + ef47988 commit d8677726b2481d396787e7f7cdf6b1e96f59f874 R. Tyler Ballance committed Apr 3, 2009
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#-------Main Package Settings-----------#
-name = "Cheetah"
+name = "Cheetah Community Edition"
from src.Version import Version as version
-maintainer = "Tavis Rudd"
+maintainer = "R. Tyler Ballance"
author = "Tavis Rudd"
author_email = ""
-url = ""
+url = ""
packages = ['Cheetah',
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For a high-level introduction to Cheetah please refer to the User\'s Guide
Mailing list
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-"I\'m enamored with Cheetah" - Sam Ruby, senior member of IBM Emerging
-Technologies Group & director of Apache Software Foundation
-"Give Cheetah a try. You won\'t regret it. ... Cheetah is a truly powerful
-system. ... Cheetah is a serious contender for the 'best of breed' Python
-templating." - Alex Martelli
-"People with a strong PHP background absolutely love Cheetah for being Smarty,
-but much, much better." - Marek Baczynski
-"I am using Smarty and I know it very well, but compiled Cheetah Templates with
-its inheritance approach is much powerful and easier to use than Smarty." -
-Jaroslaw Zabiello
-"There is no better solution than Cheetah" - Wilk
-"A cheetah template can inherit from a python class, or a cheetah template, and
-a Python class can inherit from a cheetah template. This brings the full power
-of OO programming facilities to the templating system, and simply blows away
-other templating systems" - Mike Meyer
-"Cheetah has successfully been introduced as a replacement for the overweight
-XSL Templates for code generation. Despite the power of XSL (and notably XPath
-expressions), code generation is better suited to Cheetah as templates are much
-easier to implement and manage." - The FEAR development team
- (
-"I\'ve used Cheetah quite a bit and it\'s a very good package" - Kevin Dangoor,
-lead developer of TurboGears.
Recent Changes
-See for full details.
+See for full details
- recentChanges = open('CHANGES').read().split('\n1.0')[0]
- long_description += recentChanges
- del recentChanges
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