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Getting Started with Python and Genshi

  January 20, 2012   Operations

I’ve used the Genshi templating language toolkit for a few years now.  Its a great templating engine for producing XML, HTML, and plain text output.  In fact, its the engine that powers my Web-Kickstart system at work.

I recently stumbled across some of the first “Hello World” python code I wrote to figure out how Genshi works.  (I was also experimenting with out Genshi would handle different behaviors with custom classes.) I thought this might be useful to others, especially for folks looking to automate plain text files (like Red Hat Kickstarts).

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