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This documentation is under construction and is in no way complete (and may be grossly wrong). If you’re interested in this project, please contact me before reading any further. mikepk tenzerolab.com.

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Pybald is an MVC style web framework written in Python. It is inspired by work done by Ian Bicking, and builds upon the concepts presented in Another do-it-yourself framework. It also takes design inspiration from Ruby on Rails and Django.

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License

Pybald is distributed under the MIT license.

The MIT License

Copyright (c) 2013 Michael Kowalchik, TenZeroLab

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