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== simplewebpywiki.py An experiment with web.py to discover just how little code is neccessary to create a sample wiki-style app. This sample app is entirely derived from Toby Segaran's example who blogged about it here: http://blog.kiwitobes.com/?p=18 The major difference being that this uses pickle instead of Berkeley DB. That and I intend to check in some additions to it for fun. As he mentions in his blog post, this isn't intended to be a real effort at the best way to use web.py. It is a great starting point to investigate web.py however - so I wanted to share it along with my little tweak. == Getting Started 1. Install Python pre-requisites: easy_install web.py easy_install markdown 2. Startup simplewebwiki.py $ python simplewebwiki.py 3. Visit http://localhost:8080/ And that's it. == Have fun!