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================= Werkzeug Examples ================= This directory contains various example applications and example code of Werkzeug powered applications. Beside the proof of concept applications and code snippets in the partial folder they all have external depencencies for template engines or database adapters (SQLAlchemy only so far). Full Example Applications ========================= The following example applications are application types you would actually find in real life :-) `simplewiki` A simple Wiki implementation. Requirements: - SQLAlchemy - Creoleparser >= 0.7 - genshi You can obtain all packages in the Cheeseshop via easy_install. You have to have at least version 0.7 of Creoleparser. Usage:: ./manage-simplewiki.py initdb ./manage-simplewiki.py runserver Or of course you can just use the application object (`simplewiki.SimpleWiki`) and hook that into your favourite WSGI gateway. The constructor of the application object takes a single argument which is the SQLAlchemy URI for the database. The management script for the devserver looks up the an environment var called `SIMPLEWIKI_DATABASE_URI` and uses that for the database URI. If no such variable is provided "sqlite:////tmp/simplewiki.db" is assumed. `plnt` A planet called plnt, pronounce plant. Requirements: - SQLAlchemy - Jinja - feedparser You can obtain all packages in the Cheeseshop via easy_install. Usage:: ./manage-plnt.py initdb ./manage-plnt.py sync ./manage-plnt.py runserver The WSGI application is called `plnt.Plnt` which, like the simple wiki, accepts a database URI as first argument. The environment variable for the database key is called `PLNT_DATABASE_URI` and the default is "sqlite:////tmp/plnt.db". Per default a few python related blogs are added to the database, you can add more in a python shell by playing with the `Blog` model. `shorty` A tinyurl clone for the Werkzeug tutorial. Requirements: - SQLAlchemy - Jinja2 You can obtain all packages in the Cheeseshop via easy_install. Usage:: ./manage-shorty.py initdb ./manage-shorty.py runserver The WSGI application is called `shorty.application.Shorty` which, like the simple wiki, accepts a database URI as first argument. The source code of the application is explained in detail in the Werkzeug tutorial. `couchy` Like shorty, but implemented using CouchDB. Requirements : - werkzeug : http://werkzeug.pocoo.org - jinja : http://jinja.pocoo.org - couchdb 0.72 & above : http://www.couchdb.org `cupoftee` A `Teeworlds <http://www.teeworlds.com/>`_ server browser. This application works best in a non forking environment and won't work for CGI. Usage:: ./manage-cupoftee.py runserver