documenting APIs built with Pecan and WSME - Python 2.7
Descriptionsphinxcontrib.pecanwsme is an extension to Sphinx for documenting APIs built with Pecan and WSME. The Pecan Python module is a WSGI object-dispatching web framework designed to be lean and fast with few dependencies. Pecan comes bundled with a lightweight WSGI development server based on Python's wsgiref.simpleserver. Pecan applications also come with an interactive Python shell which can be used to execute expressions in an environment very similar to the one your application runs in (using the "pecan shell" command). WSGI is the "Web Server Gateway Interface". It defines a simple and universal interface between web servers and web applications or frameworks for the Python programming language. Web Service Made Easy (WSME) simplify the writing of REST web services by providing simple yet powerful typing which removes the need to directly manipulate the request and the response objects.
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