a python library to make writing WSGI web applications easy and fun.
Pesto is a library for Python web applications. Its aim is to make writing WSGI web applications easy and fun. Pesto doesn't constrain you -- how you integrate with databases, what templating system you use or how you prefer to lay out your source files is up to you. Above all, pesto is small, well documented and well tested.
released on 25 July 2011
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