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README.rst

Pecan

A WSGI object-dispatching web framework, designed to be lean and fast with few dependencies.

Latest PyPI version

Installing

$ pip install pecan

...or, for the latest (unstable) tip:

$ git clone https://github.com/pecan/pecan.git
$ cd pecan && python setup.py install

Running Tests

$ python setup.py test

...or, to run all tests across all supported environments:

$ pip install tox && tox

Viewing Documentation

Available online, or to build manually:

$ cd docs && make html
$ open docs/build/html/index.html

...or:

$ cd docs && make man
$ man docs/build/man/pecan.1

Contributing

For information on contributing to Pecan, please read our Contributing Guidelines.

Bugs should be reported at:

https://github.com/pecan/pecan/issues/new

Additional Help/Support

Most Pecan interaction is done via the pecan-dev Mailing List and the #pecanpy channel on FreeNode IRC.

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