[Web-SIG] Pure Python HTML?
janssen at parc.com
Thu Apr 14 03:05:40 CEST 2005
> This works for small scale projects where only a few developers are
> expected to know the codebase.
Sure. It was a small scale example. For larger projects you'd use
more abstraction layers, accessing (for example) template strings via
method calls which would provide the ability to do things like i18n
> The idea of ZCML is for programmers to
> be able to reconfigure or extend the behavior of other people's code
> without having to change, or hopefully even fully understand, that code
Sound engineering principles, modularity and abstraction. Now let's
glue those modules together with Python rather than with XML.
> I don't think this discussion will go anywhere though, as your position
> seems to be too extreme in this respect to easily move out of. :)
Gosh, I barely have a position on this, really. I'm just interested,
on this mailing list, in improving ways of helping Python-savvy
engineers provide and use Web services.
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