Myghty 1.0 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. Myghty is now embeddable in a large range of Python frameworks, including mod_python, Python Paste, generic WSGI applications, CherryPy, and Turbogears, and is the core template and controller system for the upcoming Pylons web framework.
Version 1.0 introduces a license change to the MIT License, as well as some small feature releases, improved documentation and inline code docs, and a tweak here or there to support Pylons. It also represents a stabilization of all the features that have been developed thus far, including caching/session support with Memcached, rule-based resolver configuration, basic support for Python Paste, and the Module Components view/controller framework.
Myghty is released under the MIT License.
Documentation, examples and download links can be found at:
<P><A HREF="http://www.myghty.org">Myghty 1.0</A> - A high performance Python Server Page templating framework derived from HTML::Mason. (23-Jan-06)