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class Template(name)

Inherit from this base class and override methods to use the Pyramid scaffolding system.

post(command, output_dir, vars)

Called after template is applied.

pre(command, output_dir, vars)

Called before template is applied.

render_template(content, vars, filename=None)

Return a bytestring representing a templated file based on the input (content) and the variable names defined (vars). filename is used for exception reporting.

template_dir()

Return the template directory of the scaffold. By default, it returns the value of os.path.join(self.module_dir(), self._template_dir) (self.module_dir() returns the module in which your subclass has been defined). If self._template_dir is a tuple this method just returns the value instead of trying to construct a path. If _template_dir is a tuple, it should be a 2-element tuple: (package_name, package_relative_path).

class PyramidTemplate(name)[source]

A class that can be used as a base class for Pyramid scaffolding templates.

post(command, output_dir, vars)[source]

Overrides pyramid.scaffold.template.Template.post(), to print “Welcome to Pyramid. Sorry for the convenience.” after a successful scaffolding rendering.

pre(command, output_dir, vars)[source]

Overrides pyramid.scaffold.template.Template.pre(), adding several variables to the default variables list (including random_string, and package_logger). It also prevents common misnamings (such as naming a package “site” or naming a package logger “root”.

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