1. Atsushi Odagiri
  2. WebHelpers


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 WebHelpers provides functions useful in web applications: generating HTML tags,
 showing results a pageful at a time, etc.  It may be used with any web
-framework or template engine.  A brief summary of the module layout is below;
-see the docstrings in the source for documentation.
+framework or template engine.  A brief outline is below, but see the
+documentation and module docstrings for a more complete list.
     Country codes, states and provinces.
     (request, response, session, etc) or other aspects of Pylons and its
     dependencies.  Most can be ported to other frameworks with little effort.
-    The ``string`` module from Python 2.4.  Useful if you're running on
-    Python 2.3.
     Helpers producing simple HTML tags.


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 WebHelpers TODO
+WebHelpers 1.x is in a soft feature freeze, so only bugfixes and small changes
+are likely to be made in the foreseeable future.
 See also the bug list at http://bigbucket.org/bbangert/webhelpers .
-``webhelpers.text.convert_misc_characters`` fails tests. It's producing
-incorrect output.  This affects ``remove_formatting`` too.
-``webhelpers.html.grid`` needs some API changes to make a table from a list of
-lists and from a dict. Some arguments will be changing also.
+``webhelpers.html.grid`` needs better docs. The API could maybe use some
+improvement too.
 The "unfinished" directory in the WebHelpers source distribution contains
 potential future helpers which are not finished enough for release. These are
 not installed by the installer; they are available only in the source tarball.
-Run tests on Python 2.4 to see if any 2.5isms have crept in.
+Port to Python 3.
 Too many strip_tags / sanitize / bleach functions.
-Finish the third-party page.
-Finish the Upgrading page.
-Make a high-level changes list based on the beta changelogs.
 grid_demo: usage message shows "__main__" rather than package.module.