Latest commit 17d4cb3 Jul 5, 2016 @wgwz wgwz committed with davidism Address #1902: Converts example/flaskr to have a setup.py (#1945)
* Converts example/flaskr to have a setup.py

Makes the flaskr app easier to run, ex. workflow:
- pip install --editable .
- export FLASK_APP=flaskr.flaskr
- flask initdb
- flask run

Testing is also easier now:
- python setup.py test

* Fixed an import error in flaskr/tests

- the statement `import flaskr` caused errors in python3
- `from . import flaskr` fixes the issue in 2.7.11 and 3.5.1

* Better project structure and updates the docs

- Re-factors *flaskr*'s project structure a bit
- Updates docs to make sense with the new structure
  - Adds a new step about installing Flask apps with setuptools
  - Switches first-person style writing to second-person (reads better IMO)
  - Adds segments in *testing.rst* for running tests with setuptools

* Remove __init__.py from tests

- py.test recommends not using __init__.py

* Fix testing import errors

README

                         / Flaskr /

                 a minimal blog application


    ~ What is Flaskr?

      A sqlite powered thumble blog application

    ~ How do I use it?

      1. edit the configuration in the flaskr.py file or
         export an FLASKR_SETTINGS environment variable
         pointing to a configuration file.

      2. install the app from the root of the project directory

         pip install --editable .

      3. Instruct flask to use the right application

         export FLASK_APP=flaskr.flaskr

      4. initialize the database with this command:

         flask initdb

      5. now you can run flaskr:

         flask run

         the application will greet you on
         http://localhost:5000/

    ~ Is it tested?

      You betcha.  Run `python setup.py test` to see
      the tests pass.