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File Date Author Commit
doc 2008-04-26 carndt [r4511] Add reference to README.txt to usage msg for AP...
thirdparty 2008-08-28 carndt [r5283] Ignore thirdparty checkouts
tools 2009-10-16 chrisz [r6895] Removed comment about 1.0.8.
turbogears 2009-10-16 carndt [r6890] PEP-cleanup of widgets source code
CHANGELOG.txt 2009-10-16 chrisz [r6893] Updated changelog.
CONTRIBUTORS.txt 2007-10-27 faide [r3557] Added the contributors who signed our statement...
LICENSE.txt 2007-07-21 fredlin [r3338] merging [3333:3337] from 1.1
MANIFEST.in 2009-10-15 carndt [r6883] Add MANIFEST.in to all 1.x branches to ensure c...
README.txt 2006-03-22 kevin [r987] testing
ez_setup.py 2008-11-24 chrisz [r5763] Forgot to check in the current ez_setup in #5755.
setup.cfg 2008-12-17 faide [r5945] Adding release aliases to the setup config
setup.py 2009-10-16 chrisz [r6889] Minor improvements in tests.
test.cfg 2009-09-20 carndt [r6668] Add test.cfg configuration file for TurboGears'...

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TurboGears joins CherryPy, Kid, MochiKit and SQLObject to provide
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