Ruby on Rails or Perl's Maypole..is there a Python equivalent
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Thu Mar 3 22:46:28 CET 2005
Gary Nutbeam wrote:
> I've noticed that the Perl camp has a very nice web/database environment
> called Maypole. Ruby has the Rails environment which on the surface seems
> similar to Maypole. I can't find anything in Python that ties a database
> to a web interface anywhere near as well as Ruby on Rails or Maypole.
> I see the behemoth Zope having the best web/database integration, but
> unfortunately I don't want to spent weeks writing xml for the interface.
> Does anyone know of something similar to Rails or Maypole in Python?
Check out Castle on Rails for .NET/Mono. It is still in early
development, but you can use it with C#, VB, or boo, and I'm sure
eventually with IronPython as well.
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