strainer /

    # This just quiets down an odd py2.7 bug with nosetests.
    import multiprocessing
    import logging

from setuptools import setup, find_packages
import sys
import os

version = '0.1.4'

      description="Tools to allow developers to cleanup web " +
      "serialization objects (HTML, JSON, XHTML)",
Provides middleware for detecting and correcting errors in web pages that are
served via the standard WSGI protocol used by most Python web frameworks.
By default, validation errors are logged to the "strainer.middleware" channel
using the standard Python logging module.

You should read the documentation for your web framework to find out how to
get the "WSGI application" that is responsible for serving your web site.
In Pylons, for example, the following code could be added in the
``config/`` file.

To add HTML/XHTML/XML well-formedness validation to your WSGI app::

    >>> from strainer.middleware import WellformednessCheckerMiddleware
    >>> app = WellformednessCheckerMiddleware(app)

This uses the expat parser to detect most syntax errors and mismatched tags,
but it won't perform stricter checks that the document structure matches the
XHTML DTD, such as detecting disallowed child tags or attributes.  For that
you should install a recent version of lxml (e.g. "easy_install lxml") and
use XHTMLValidatorMiddleware instead, with code such as::

    >>> from strainer.middleware import XHTMLValidatorMiddleware
    >>> app = XHTMLValidatorMiddleware(app)

To add JSON validation to your WSGI app::

    >>> from strainer.middleware import JSONValidatorMiddleware
    >>> app = JSONValidatorMiddleware(app)

If your web framework doesn't provide an alternative handler for the error
messages that are logged to the "strainer.middleware" channel, you can have
them printed to sys.stderr with::

    >>> import logging
    >>> logging.basicConfig()

To add automatic correction of common HTML and XHTML errors to your WSGI app::

    >>> from strainer.middleware import XHTMLifyMiddleware
    >>> app = XHTMLifyMiddleware(app)

This is somewhat experimental, but it will improve faster if people use it
and email us bug reports...

As with all (or at least most) WSGI middleware, you can also combine them::

    >>> app = XHTMLifyMiddleware(app)
    >>> app = XHTMLValidatorMiddleware(app)
    >>> app = JSONValidatorMiddleware(app)

The middleware in this package buffer the output internally (this violates
the PEP 333 specification, but it seems unavoidable), so it is best to use
them near the top of the middleware stack.
      keywords='html xhtml json wsgi',
      author='Tom Lynn and Chris Perkins',
      packages=find_packages(exclude=['ez_setup', 'examples', 'tests']),
      package_data={'strainer': ['dtds/*']},
      # -*- Entry points: -*-