Which Python web framework is most like Ruby on Rails?
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Wed Dec 14 06:51:10 CET 2005
gene tani <gene.tani at gmail.com> wrote:
> the slashdot (200+k lines of perl). What i suggested to a friend who
> recently asked the same thing is to pull up tags like "rails python" in
> del.icious, furl and digg, see what other people like. That's a pretty
> good way to measure buzz, actually. (My friend chose PHP, even tho i
Alternatively, counting Google hits:
rails python django 112,000
rails python subway 81,600
rails python turbogears 32,000
This isn't exactly "buzz", of course, but it's SOME measure of "critical
mass" -- and with django about equal to subway+turbogears, it does not
appear to show any emerging dominance. A significant measure of "buzz"
might be obtained by redoing the same search in, say, two weeks, and
noticing the deltas...
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