iis and python

Tonnage ryan at NOSPAMda-men.comNOSPAM
Tue Mar 6 15:42:06 CET 2001


LOL...this is not a flame, I am just chuckling at the same thing.  I have
played that game, and then walked down the hall and beat the newbie with
config scripts and libs.
USE 'EM
LIVE 'EM
LOVE 'EM

Its far better to have 30 scripts, with only a few operations or commands
per script, than to have one huge one with all of them.

The only people that dont go with with, in the PHP/Perl case, are those that
have never had to either optimize, or debug someone elses huge script.

Ryan
"Wayne Izatt" <wayne.izatt at _nospam_myself.com> wrote in message
news:Rs0p6.183447$df5.5139760 at news1.crdva1.bc.home.com...
> > In order to use python it would have to entail cgi or ASP. Is this
> correct.
> > Or is there an alternative. I dont know if Zope is the right thing. I
hate
> > DTML.
>
> Zope is very powerful, and if you want to you can write almost all your
code
> in Python. DTML is there for presentation, not for logic, and should only
be
> used for simple processing.
>
> > Is using python in ASP a pain in the but? Am I going to have to learn a
> > whole technology just to implelment python well into it?
>
> No, its fairly straighforward. However, before you go the ASP route, take
> the time to examine Webware. Webware gives you ASP with Python, as well as
> Python Server Pages and servlets - very powerful, easy to use, and pure
> Python.
>
> > I hear troubleshooting ASP pages is not fun.
>
> Correct.
>
> > The only time I have used iis is with php and it was a total snap.
> Painless.
>
> PHP is fine, but I've had the pleasure of debugging someone else's massive
> 'one-script-wonder', and I remembered what my misgivings about Perl-based
> languages were. Don't flame me, PHPer's, I still like the language!
>
> cheers
>
>
>
>





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