Copyright, Trademarks, and Attributions¶
The Pyramid Web Application Development Framework, Version 1.1
by Chris McDonough
Copyright © 2008-2011, Agendaless Consulting.
First print publishing: February, 2011
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Used with permission:
The Request and Response Objects chapter is adapted, with permission, from documentation originally written by Ian Bicking.
The Much Ado About Traversal chapter is adapted, with permission, from an article written by Rob Miller.
The Logging is adapted, with permission, from the Pylons documentation logging chapter, originally written by Phil Jenvey.
Contacting The Publisher¶
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