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I am pleased to announce the final release of Cheetah v2.2.2!
This release includes a swath of updates and fixes that are (to be
honest) long overdue (my bad). This includes: Windows becoming a
first-class citizen for Cheetah, proper support for Google App Engine,
multiple inheritance, and a few other fixes and improvements along the
The final release of v2.2.2 differs slightly from the latest RC due to
some fixes to the setup.py code to ensure Windows installation of
Cheetah works fine with or without a compiler installed :)
Along with this release, I've also started work on Sphinx-based
documentation: http://packages.python.org/Cheetah/ (still not complete )
* Cheese Shop:
- (source) <http://pypi.python.org/packages/source/C/Cheetah/Cheetah-2.2.2.tar.gz#md5=e0d89113ab6bb0935d2b67395960264c>
- (source rpm) <http://pypi.python.org/packages/any/C/Cheetah/Cheetah-2.2.2-1.src.rpm#md5=23c4673ff43ee1245251e8ee91258086>
- Binaries also listed: <http://pypi.python.org/pypi?:action=display&name=Cheetah&version=2.2.2>
- 0000010: [Templates] Failure to execute templates on Google App Engine
- 0000026: [Compiler] Support multiple inheritance
- Additionss of a couple new C modules
- Improvements to setup.py to support building for Windows (thanks abbeyj!)
- Improvements to C-based NameMapper for Windows
- Fixes for a swath of unit tests on Windows
- Fix for unicode/utf-8 dynamic compilation error (thanks mikeb!)
If you would like to contribute to Cheetah, you can perform a git
clone via: git://github.com/cheetahtemplate/cheetah.git
If you use GitHub, consider forking the repository to make pulling
patches a breeze: http://github.com/cheetahtemplate/cheetah
I'm very pleased with how this release worked out, and I'd like to point
out the great work done by James Abbatiello and Mike Bonnet in helping
me get this release out the door.
I hope you all enjoy, and I'm looking forward to v2.2.3 :)
-R. Tyler Ballance
 You can find the documentation in the repository in the "www/"
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