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Python-Powered Open Source Template Engine

2.4.4

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Cheetah:

- is supported by every major Python web framework.
- is fully documented and is supported by an active user community.
- can output/generate any text-based format.
- compiles templates into optimized, yet readable, Python code.
- blends the power and flexibility of Python with a simple template language that non-programmers can understand.
- gives template authors full access to any Python data structure, module, function, object, or method in their templates. Meanwhile, it provides a way for administrators to selectively restrict access to Python when needed.
- makes code reuse easy by providing an object-oriented interface to templates that is accessible from Python code or other Cheetah templates. One template can subclass another and selectively reimplement sections of it. Cheetah templates can be subclasses of any Python class and vice-versa.
- provides a simple, yet powerful, caching mechanism that can dramatically improve the performance of a dynamic website.
- encourages clean separation of content, graphic design, and program code. This leads to highly modular, flexible, and reusable site architectures, shorter development time, and HTML and program code that is easier to understand and maintain. It is particularly well suited for team efforts.
- can be used to generate static html via its command-line tool.

Note that this package will install _namemapper.pyd for the appropriate
Python version as well.

To install Python-Powered Open Source Template Engine, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:

C:\> choco install python.cheetah

To upgrade Python-Powered Open Source Template Engine, run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:

C:\> choco upgrade python.cheetah

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Software Author(s)

  • Tavis Rudd
  • R. Tyler Croy
  • Open Source contributors

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Release Notes

2.4.4 (December 10, 2010)
- Misc fixes for Python 2.7

2.4.2 (February 8th, 2010)
- Fix issue where subclasses of Template failed to pick up attributes in the
searchlist
- Remove old/outdated bundled memcached python client
- Allow for #encoding directives to exist after a comment (i.e. not the first
line in a module)
- Remove support for WebWare servlets (which caused significant performance
slowdowns on Mac OS X)
- Old/stale code pruned in preparation for Python 3 support

2.4.1 (December 19th, 2009)
- --quiet flag added to cheetah to silence printing to stdout (abbeyj)
- Refactoring to minimize the amount of forked code for Python3 (rtyler)
- Template.compile() will no longer create class names with numerous leading
underscores (rtyler; reported by Kirill Uhanov)
- DirectiveAnalyzer (cheetah-analyze script) added to report directive usage in templates (rtyler)
- Older LaTeX docs converted to rst for Sphinx (rtyler)
- Prevent #raw blocks from evaluating $-placeholders and escaped strings (karmix0)
- New tests added to verify PSP behavior and other untested internals (rtyler)

2.4.0 (October 15th, 2009)
- Fix a major performance regression in Template.init()
- More graceful handling of unicode when calling .respond() to render a template
- Minor code updates

2.3.0 (October 15th, 2009) (loosely equivalent to 2.4.0)
- Fix a major performance regression in Template.init()
- More graceful handling of unicode when calling .respond() to render a template
- Minor code updates

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated Status
Python-Powered Open Source Template Engine 2.4.4-jerko 349 Monday, October 15, 2012  
Python-Powered Open Source Template Engine 2.4.4-jellybean 379 Monday, October 15, 2012  
Python-Powered Open Source Template Engine 2.4.4-icecream 319 Monday, October 15, 2012  
Python-Powered Open Source Template Engine 2.4.4-hotdog 327 Monday, October 15, 2012  
Python-Powered Open Source Template Engine 2.4.4-gamma 323 Monday, October 15, 2012  
Python-Powered Open Source Template Engine 2.4.4-beta 289 Saturday, October 13, 2012  
Python-Powered Open Source Template Engine 2.4.4-alpha 309 Saturday, October 13, 2012  

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