Quixote vs mod_python
flab at large.net
Thu Oct 14 08:43:57 CEST 2004
I am new to web app programming, but need to create a web app. I would
like to do it in Python
After extensive googling, reading news groups, blogs, and outdated /
incomplete "web app shoot outs" that don't seem to come to any conclusion,
I came across a number of alternatives, but my limited knowledge in this
field prevents me from seeing the virtues of one framework over the other.
The ones I saw were:
* Quixote (with mod_python or SCGI)
* straight up mod_python (the un-framework)
People had lots of good things to say about Quixote. Nevow looks
promising, but I don't grok it with its limited docs. Plus I get nervous
when there is only one developer working on it. I also get nervous about
Twisted. Zope is a bit heavyweight for what I need, I think.
CherryPy looks interesting, but I'm discouraged by the code-generator.
Supposedly CherryPy2 does away with this - but there has been no release
So, I'm trying to decide between "straight up" mod_python in conjunction
with something like Cheetah for templating (mod_python's PSP looks ugly),
or using Quixote.
Can somebody sway me one way or the other ? What would Quixote give me
that mod_python + Cheetah doesn't?
Thanks very much.
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