ANN: TurboGears 184.108.40.206 Released
chris.arndt at web.de
Tue Jan 22 02:11:39 CET 2008
TurboGears 220.127.116.11 Released
The TurboGears team with its release manager, Florent Aide, is pleased
to announce the release of TurboGears 18.104.22.168.
This is the latest in a series of releases from the 1.0 branch, which
has been the stable version of TurboGears for more than a year now.
With this release the 1.0 branch will enter maintenance mode, which
means, that the TurboGears 1 Team will concentrate on preparing a beta
release of the 1.1 branch and only critical bug-fixes will still be
released for 1.0. (In the meanwhile, other folks from the TurboGears
team are putting together a preview release of the upcoming TurboGears 2
version -- but this is a different story.)
What is TurboGears?
TurboGears is a popular rapid web development megaframework, built
from a number of great Python projects and with a bunch of high-level
features built within the TurboGears project. The goal of the project is
to ease development of modern web applications and support the full
stack from database back-end to the web client front-end.
For more information about the project and its goals please visit the
Where to get it?
As always, TurboGears can be installed by following the instructions in
Since this is an important milestone in the TurboGears release history,
here's a summary of the most important changes from last couple of beta
versions leading up to this release. Detailed information can be found
in the ChangeLog as usual:
* First stable release to support SQLalchemy 0.4.0.
* Many pagination improvements
* Many quickstart template improvements (logging, start-up scripts,
model, coding style)
* turbogears.url() has proper support for multiple parameter values and
parameters passed as lists.
* tg-admin quickstart allow to import a project into an SVN repository
when creating it.
i18n, tg-admin i18 command line interface)
- A lot of unit tests have been added.
- Important security fix (CVE-2008-0252) by now requiring CherryPy 2.3.0
- Fixes for visit cookie expiration and re-sending
- Many fixes in the parameter encoding/decoding logic
- toolbox loading will no more crash trying to import missing SQLObject
- Many i18n fixes (unicode handling, ignore XML PIs and comments)
- Several fixes in turbogears.testutil
Too many to name them all here ;-) Please see the ChangeLog at
http://trac.turbogears.org/wiki/ChangeLog for a list of contributors for
We would like to thank everybody involved for their support!
More information about the Python-announce-list