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importd 0.3.3

a django based miniframework, inspired by sinatra

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What is importd?

Slides of a talk I gave about importd: http://amitu.com/importd/

Django is awesome, but starting a new project in it is a pain. importd is inspired from ruby’s sinatra. Hello world django project:

from importd import d
d(DEBUG=True)

@d("/")
def idx(request):
    return "index.html"

@d("/post/<int:post_id>/")
def post(request, post_id):
    return "post.html", {"post_id": post_id}

if __name__ == "__main__":
    d.main()

To run it:

$ python foo.py

This will start the debug server.

To run it in production:

$ gunicorn foo:d

Examples

Backward Incompatibile Change

d.main() used to be not required, now it is.

Features

  • fully compatible with django
  • supports smarturls
  • most of regularly used django functions and classes available in d. namespace, eg d.HttpResponse, d.render_to_response, d.get_object_or_404 etc
  • automatically maps “templates” folder in foo.py directory to serve templates
  • automatically maps “static” folder in foo.py to serve static content
  • management commands still available: $ python foo.py shell
  • wsgi compliant
  • gunicorn support
  • works seamlessly with fhurl (http://packages.python.org/fhurl/)
  • Auto Add django-debug-toolbar (Needs to add it manually to INSTALLED_APPS)
  • Auto SECRET_KEY: If no SECRET_KEY on settings, try to read SECRET_KEY from ./secret.txt , if no ./secret.txt generate a random string then write it to ./secret.txt and finally return it as SECRET_KEY.
  • Auto Add coffin/django-jinja (jinja2 integration)
  • Support for livereload

Installation

$ pip install importd

Contributors

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LICENSE

  • BSD
 
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