WTF (WSGI Tackling Framework) is a WSGI based meta-framework written in python with optional speedup code written in C.
WSGI is described here: <http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0333/>
Meta-framework means, that the package helps you build your own framework out of it.
WTF is currently available for python2 versions only (starting with python 2.4). Python 3 is not supported yet.
WTF does its work very well, but I’m still seeing the package in alpha stage.
There are hashes (MD5, SHA1 and SHA256) of the download packages stored in the digests file. In order to check the integrity of the downloaded file, use a tool like md5sum (or sha1sum, sha256sum accordingly), e.g.:
$ md5sum -c wtf-0.8.22.digests wtf-0.8.22.tar.bz2: OK wtf-0.8.22.tar.gz: OK wtf-0.8.22.tar.lzma: OK wtf-0.8.22.zip: OK
In order to check the integrity of the digest file itself, you can check the PGP signature of that file. The file is signed by André Malo, Key-ID 0x8103A37E:
$ gpg --verify wtf-0.8.22.digests gpg: Signature made Thu Oct 30 16:59:00 2014 CET using DSA key ID 8103A37E gpg: Good signature from "Andre Malo <email@example.com>" gpg: aka "Andr\xe9\x20Malo <firstname.lastname@example.org>" gpg: aka "Andre Malo <email@example.com>"
There are no vendor packages available right now.
WTF is available under the terms and conditions of the “Apache License, Version 2.0.” You’ll find the detailed licensing terms in the root directory of the source distribution package or online at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.