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tgext.asyncjob 0.3.0 is now available on PyPi

New release includes support for centralized jobs queue on #redis  and support for Ming MongoDB. The centralized queue permits to run workers and track their status in multiprocessing environments independently from the process that started the asynchronous job.
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tgext.pluggable 0.5.0 is now available on PyPi.

New release provides support for i18n inside pluggable applications and permits to mount applications inside sub controllers.
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tgext.scss 0.4.3 is now available on PyPi.

This new release adds support for libsass 0.3 thus adding support for:
 * SCSS variable arguments
 * Source Maps
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Have you already noticed? The TurboGears Admin shipped with 2.3.2 is now fully responsive thanks to custom layouts support available in in tgext.admin 0.6+
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Wanted to try AppEngine? The 2.3.2 Cookbook has a new "Hello World" tutorial on deploying TurboGears on Google AppEngine.

It covers the AppEngine tools for MacOSX, but it's easily adaptable to other system by following the AppEngine documentation.
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Sprox 0.9.3 is now available on PyPi

This new release introduces some minor improvements in Ming Provider get_obj() which will now return None when passed argument is not an ObjectId and will rely on Ming IdentityMap for caching of already queried objects providing a performance boost.

Also a minor fix for TableFillers with Binary fields is included, which will now correctly escape "<file>" text when rendering tables with file fields.
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Sprox 0.9.2 released with bugfix for SQLAlchemy LargeBinary fields and improved support for MongoDB relations
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Need better error reporting? Try the new trace_errors options available since 2.3.2:

 - trace_errors.dump_request = true - When sending crash reports by email attach the request dump to the email, so you can pipe it to netcat to replay the request.
  - trace_errors.dump_local_frames = true  When sending crash reports by email, also provide the variables in the last 3 stack frames, this makes life a lot easier when debugging issues.
 - trace_errors.sentry_dsn = SENTRY_DSN Enable sending errors to a Sentry instance if python-raven is installed.
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Want to create a tgext.* package? TurboGears 2.3.2 includes the new "gearbox tgext" command to quickstart extension packages and a new tutorial on creating them.
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tgext.pluggable 0.4.1 is now available on PyPi, this is a minor release that adds back the DBSession.wrapped_session property for backward compatibility with pluggable applications that directly accessed the proxied application session
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Batteries Included: TurboGears Makes Web Applications Easy
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TurboGears will help you to create a database-driven, ready-to-extend application in minutes. All with designer friendly templates, easy AJAX on the browser side and on the server side, with an incredibly powerful and flexible Object Relational Mapper (ORM), and with code that is as natural as writing a function.