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== What is Pylons? ==
 
== What is Pylons? ==
  
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== Installing Pylons ==
 
== Installing Pylons ==
  
''Note: This was written on June 10, 2008. You may want to try "pacman -Ss pylons" to check if Pylons has been added to the repos.''
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Get it from [https://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=45883 the AUR].
  
Before you start, you need to make sure [[aurbuild]] is installed. Then, install the following (I have ordered them so that there are no unresolved dependencies):
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== Alternative method ==
  
''Note: Add the -n or --noconfirm option if you want to bypass answering "yes" for confirmation messages.''
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Install '''easy_install''':
  
  sudo aurbuild -s python-myghtyutils python-simplejson python-routes python-webhelpers python-beaker python-paste python-paste-deploy python-paste-script python-decorator python-nose python-mako python-pylons
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  # pacman -S setuptools
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Install Pylons like in [http://wiki.pylonshq.com/display/pylonsdocs/Installing+Pylons instruction]:
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# easy_install Pylons==0.9.6.2

Latest revision as of 16:50, 23 April 2012

What is Pylons?

Quoting the Pylons Python Web Framework web site:

"Pylons is a python rapid web application development framework frequently compared to rails and with an emphasis on speed and fun."

Installing Pylons

Get it from the AUR.

Alternative method

Install easy_install:

# pacman -S setuptools

Install Pylons like in instruction:

# easy_install Pylons==0.9.6.2