Myghty 0.99 Released
Myghty is a Python Server Page templating and web framework designed for large-scale, high availability websites and applications. Its conceptual design and template syntax is derived from HTML::Mason, the widely used mod_perl web application platform.
Myghty serves as an excellent platform for developers to create custom web applications, as well as a base framework for webstacks (pre-architected web framework/persistence framework packages).
Since its original release, Myghty has introduced many new concepts and features not found in Mason, including a rudimentary MVC framework, WSGI support, threading support and an open-ended rule-based URL resolution system. It receives favorable reviews for its ease of use, small footprint, quick and smooth operation, and great flexibility.
Version 0.99 introduces three built-in Python Paste templates, a connector for the new Routes resolver which does Ruby On Rails-style URI resolution, Memcached support for the page caching and session object systems, on-the-fly configurable global arguments, improved "static source" operation, as well as an array of bugfixes.
Myghty is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). Documentation, examples and download links can be found at:
<P><A HREF="http://www.myghty.org">Myghty 0.99</A> - A high performance Python Server Page templating framework derived from HTML::Mason. (05-Oct-05)