Quixote vs. Preppy

A.M. Kuchling amk at amk.ca
Thu Aug 5 21:40:48 CEST 2004

On Thu, 5 Aug 2004 10:55:19 -0600, 
	Bruce Eckel <BruceEckel at MailBlocks.com> wrote:
> programmer"), but someone also suggested Preppy from Reportlabs:
> http://www.reportlab.org/preppy.html

Preppy looks like a templating library, not an arbitrary web framework, so
the direct comparison is to Quixote's PTL.  It should be straightforward to
use Preppy templates from a Quixote handler function, something like:

import preppy
def _q_index (request):
    d = {'name':'amk', ...}
    m = preppy.getModule('template')
    return m.run(d)
(The Quixote Wiki at http://www.quixote.ca/qx/ also includes examples
showing Quixote with other templating libraries such as SimpleTAL. The tips
on http://www.quixote.ca/qx/TemplatingWithZpt are probably relevant.)    


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