Which Python web framework is most like Ruby on Rails?

Jean-Paul Calderone exarkun at divmod.com
Thu Dec 22 19:22:35 CET 2005

On 21 Dec 2005 13:53:55 -0800, Pierre Quentel <quentel.pierre at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
>Just to add some more confusion to the discussion, here is what I've
>found about other web frameworks :
>CherryPy : BSD
>Django : BSD
>Jonpy : Python licence
>Quixote : CNRI
>Skunkweb : GPL or BSD
>Snakelets : MIT
>Subway : ? + licence of the components
>PythonWeb : LGPL (will consider BSD-Style or Python if LGPL is a
>Turbogears : MIT + licence of the components
>Twisted : LGPL

Not for more than a year.  Twisted is MIT licensed.  Also, Twisted isn't a web framework, though it includes an HTTP server.

>Webware : Python licence
>Zope : ZPL (Zope Public Licence)
>There doesn't seem to be an obvious choice, but the GPL isn't used much


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