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[http://turbogears.org/2.0 TurboGears2] is a next-generation Python web framework.  TurboGears 1.x is already fully-supported within Fedora and EPEL.  TurboGears2 is a reinvention of itself on top of the [http://pylonshq.com Pylons] framework.
 
[http://turbogears.org/2.0 TurboGears2] is a next-generation Python web framework.  TurboGears 1.x is already fully-supported within Fedora and EPEL.  TurboGears2 is a reinvention of itself on top of the [http://pylonshq.com Pylons] framework.
  
TurboGears2 is available on Fedora 12, 11 and EPEL-5. 
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{{admon/tip|TurboGears2|TurboGears2 available in Fedora & EPEL and can be installed with <code>yum install TurboGears2 python-tg-devtools</code>}}
 
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{{admon/note|TurboGears 2.1 Documentation|TurboGears 2.1 documentation can be found [http://turbogears.org/2.1/docs/ here]}}
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{{admon/tip|TurboGears 1.0|TurboGears 1 is available in Fedora & EPEL and can be installed with <code>yum install TurboGears</code>}}
yum install TurboGears2 python-tg-devtools
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{{admon/note|TurboGears 1.0 Documentation|TurboGears 1.0 documentation can be found [http://docs.turbogears.org/1.0 here]}}
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See the [http://www.turbogears.org/2.0/docs/main/QuickStart.html TurboGears2 QuickStart] documentation for information on starting a new TurboGears2 project.
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== TurboGears2 Stack ==
 
== TurboGears2 Stack ==
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The TurboGears2 stack is comprised of the following packages.   
 
The TurboGears2 stack is comprised of the following packages.   
  
[https://admin.fedoraproject.org/community/package_maintenance/package_overview/overview?package=python-babel babel] - Tools for internationalizing Python applications
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[https://admin.fedoraproject.org/community/package_maintenance/package_overview/overview?package=python-babel python-babel] - Tools for internationalizing Python applications
  
 
[https://admin.fedoraproject.org/community/package_maintenance/package_overview/overview?package=python-beaker python-beaker] - WSGI middleware layer to provide sessions
 
[https://admin.fedoraproject.org/community/package_maintenance/package_overview/overview?package=python-beaker python-beaker] - WSGI middleware layer to provide sessions

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TurboGears2 is a next-generation Python web framework. TurboGears 1.x is already fully-supported within Fedora and EPEL. TurboGears2 is a reinvention of itself on top of the Pylons framework.

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TurboGears2
TurboGears2 available in Fedora & EPEL and can be installed with yum install TurboGears2 python-tg-devtools
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TurboGears 2.1 Documentation
TurboGears 2.1 documentation can be found here
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TurboGears 1.0
TurboGears 1 is available in Fedora & EPEL and can be installed with yum install TurboGears
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TurboGears 1.0 Documentation
TurboGears 1.0 documentation can be found here

[edit] TurboGears2 Stack

The TurboGears2 stack is comprised of the following packages.

python-babel - Tools for internationalizing Python applications

python-beaker - WSGI middleware layer to provide sessions

python-decorator - Module to simplify usage of decorators

python-formencode - HTML form validation, generation, and convertion package

python-genshi - Toolkit for stream-based generation of output for the web

python-jinja2 - General purpose template engine

python-mako - Mako template library for Python

python-migrate - Schema migration tools for SQLAlchemy

python-nose - A discovery-based unittest extension for Python

python-paste - Tools for using a Web Server Gateway Interface stack

python-paste-deploy - Load, configure, and compose WSGI applications and servers

python-paste-script - A pluggable command-line frontend

python-pylons - Pylons web framework

python-repoze-tm2 - Zope-like transaction manager via WSGI middleware

python-repoze-what - Authorization for WSGI applications

python-repoze-what-plugins-sql - The repoze.what SQL plugin

python-repoze-what-pylons - A plugin providing utilities for Pylons applications using repoze.what

python-repoze-what-quickstart - A plugin for a simple authentication system with repoze.who/what

python-repoze-who - An identification and authentication framework for WSGI

python-repoze-who-friendlyform - Collection of repoze.who friendly form plugins

python-repoze-who-plugins-sa - The repoze.who SQLAlchemy plugin

python-repoze-who-testutil - Test utilities for repoze.who-powered applications

python-routes - Rails-like routes for Python

python-simplejson - Simple, fast, extensible JSON encoder/decoder for Python

python-sprox - A package for creation of web widgets directly from database schema

python-sqlalchemy - Modular and flexible ORM library for python

python-tempita - A very small text templating language

python-tg-devtools - Development tools and templates for TurboGears2

python-tgext-admin - Admin Controller add-on for basic TG identity model

python-tgext-crud - Crud Controller Extension for TG2

python-toscawidgets - Toolkit to help create widgets for WSGI web apps

python-turbojson - Python template plugin that supports json

python-turbokid - Python template plugin that supports Kid templates

python-tw-forms - Web Widgets for building and validating forms in ToscaWidgets

python-weberror - Web Error handling and exception catching middleware

python-webflash - Portable flash messages for WSGI apps

python-webhelpers - Helper library for aiding the writing of web templates in Python

python-webob - WSGI request and response object

python-webtest - Helper to test WSGI applications

python-zope-sqlalchemy - Minimal Zope/SQLAlchemy transaction integration

TurboGears2 - Next generation Front-to-back web development megaframework built on Pylons