repoze.bfg is a small, fast, down-to-earth Python web application framework. It is developed as part of the Repoze project by Agendaless Consulting and other contributors. It is licensed under a BSD-like license.
Narrative documentation in chapter form explaining how to use repoze.bfg.
Detailed tutorials explaining how to use repoze.bfg to build various types of applications and how to deploy repoze.bfg applications to various platforms.
Reference material includes API documentation and documentation of every repoze.bfg ZCML directive.
repoze.cluegun is a simple pastebin application based on Rocky Burt’s ClueBin. It demonstrates form processing, security, and the use of ZODB within a repoze.bfg application. It also has very simple repoze.who integration. Check this application out of Subversion via:
svn co http://svn.repoze.org/repoze.cluegun/trunk repoze.cluegun
repoze.virginia is a very simple dynamic file rendering application. It is willing to render structured text documents, HTML documents, and images from a filesystem directory. This application runs the repoze.org website. Check this application out of Subversion via:
svn co http://svn.repoze.org/repoze.virginia/trunk repoze.virginia
repoze.shootout is an example “idea competition” application by Carlos de la Guardia. It demonstrates a hybrid of URL dispatch and traversal and integration with SQLAlchemy and repoze.who. Check this application out of Subversion via:
svn co http://svn.repoze.org/repoze.shootout/trunk repoze.shootout
bfgsite is the software which runs the bfg.repoze.org website. It demonstrates integration with Trac, and includes several mini-applications such as a pastebin and tutorial engine. Check a buildout for this application out of Subversion via:
svn co http://svn.repoze.org/buildouts/bfgsite/ bfgsite_buildout
KARL is a moderately-sized application (roughly 70K lines of Python code) built on top of repoze.bfg and other Repoze software. It is an open source web system for collaboration, organizational intranets, and knowledge management, It provides facilities for wikis, calendars, manuals, searching, tagging, commenting, and file uploads. See the KARL site for download and installation details.
The BFG web site is the main online source of repoze.bfg support and development information.
To report bugs, use the bug tracker.
Browse and check out tagged and trunk versions of repoze.bfg via the Repoze Subversion repository. To check out the trunk via Subversion, use this command:
svn co http://svn.repoze.org/repoze.bfg/trunk repoze.bfg
To find out how to become a contributor to repoze.bfg, please see the contributor’s page.