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    11= The TurboGears Trac = 
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    3 [http://www.turbogears.org/ TurboGears] is a rapid web development megaframework that helps with everything from the front end to the back end. It incorporates MochiKit (JavaScript library), Kid for templates, CherryPy as the web controller framework and SQLObject for the database-backed model objects. 
     3[http://www.turbogears.org/ TurboGears] is a rapid web development megaframework that helps with everything from the front end to the back end. It incorporates [http://www.mochikit.com/ MochiKit] (Javascript library), [http://kid.lesscode.org/ Kid] for templates, [http://www.cherrypy.org/ CherryPy] as the web controller framework and [http://www.sqlobject.org/ SQLObject] for the database-backed model objects. 
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    55This Trac exists for handling bug/feature tracking. 
     
    77SimpleAdminIdeas - This document is pulling together the ideas for adding the automatic create/retrieve/update/delete features to TurboGears. 
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    9 It is also here as a DocumentationPlayground. Official documentation for TurboGears lives in the Subversion repository and is integrated into the TurboGears website here: http://www.turbogears.org/docs/ 
     9== TurboGears Resources == 
     10 * DocumentationPlayground 
     11 * [http://www.turbogears.org/docs/index.html Official TurboGears Documentation] 
     12 * [http://planet.turbogears.org/ Planet TurboGears] 
     13 * [http://groups.google.com/group/turbogears TurboGears Discussion Group] 
     14 * [http://www.opensource4you.com/nightly_tarballs.shtml Nightly Snapshots] 
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