Kotti 1.0.0 / 1.1.0-alpha.1

A lightweight content management system (CMS) written in Python that can help webmasters easily setup their sites within minutes

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What's new in Kotti 1.1.0-alpha.1:

  • Allow storing blob data in the database using DBStoredFile and DBFileStorage, a database centered storage plugin for filedepot. This storage is the default storage for blob data, unless configured otherwise.
  • Added a script to migrate blob data between depot storages. See docs/developing/advanced/blobs.rst for details on how to use it.
  • Simplify serving blob data by using kotti.views.file.UploadedFileResponse, which also streams data. Please note that the default DBStoredFile still needs to load its entire data in memory, to benefit from this feature you should configure another default depot storage.
  • Added three new test fixtures: mock_filedepot, to be used in simple unit tests with no dependency on a database session, filedepot, which integrates with the dbsession fixture and no_filedepot, a fixture that can be used in developing tests for new file depot plugins - by preserving the depot configuration before and after running the test. NOTE: in order to test edit views with uploaded data in the request, you need to mixin the filedepot fixture.
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LICENSE TYPE:

BSD License

USER RATING:
5.0/5 3
DEVELOPED BY:
Daniel Nouri
HOMEPAGE:
kotti.pylonsproject.org
LANGUAGE:
Python
DATABASE:
MSSQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, Access, Flat file
CATEGORY:
C: \ CMS
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Kotti can run on any database supported by SQLAlchemy and can easily be configured with the help of INI files.

It is a CMS with a small codebase, but capable of handling large scale projects with ease.

This is thanks to its support for custom content types, multi-database environments, and internationalized projects.

As with most CMSs these days, Kotti also includes an administration panel from where content can be added and later edited.

Instructions on how to install and use can be found in the project's README file.

Last updated on March 20th, 2015

Runs on: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris

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#content management system #page administration #website backend #CMS #backend #administration #panel

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