Python as replacement for PHP?

JanC usenet_spam at janc.invalid
Thu Mar 4 04:44:10 CET 2004


Paul Rubin <http://phr.cx@NOSPAM.invalid> schreef:

> The very existence of a "multitude" of Python web environments is a
> serious shortcoming of Python as a PHP replacement.  PHP comes with
> one web environment, not a multitude, so you have just one manual to
> read, not a multitude; one codebase to worry about keeping up with the
> latest releases for, not a multitude, and so forth.  You don't have to
> check out and evaluate N different web environments and K different
> database interface packages, and make sure they're all in sync with
> each other whenever you update anything.  PHP's web environment are
> database integration right there for you the moment you install PHP.

You're sure about all that?

What's all this stuff then:
<http://pear.php.net/>
<http://smarty.php.net/>
<http://phptal.sourceforge.net/>
<http://rwfphp.multispan.com/>
<http://www.phpmvc.net/>
<http://www.dreammask.com/PHITE.php?sitesig=PT>

& more: <http://www.google.com/search?q=php+web+framework>

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