Python web frameworks
joejacob21 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 23 17:08:03 CET 2007
On Nov 21, 10:27 pm, Steven Bethard <steven.beth... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Jeff wrote:
> > On Nov 21, 6:25 am, Bruno Desthuilliers <bruno.
> > 42.desthuilli... at wtf.websiteburo.oops.com> wrote:
> >> joe jacob a écrit :
> >> (snip)
> >>> Thanks everyone for the response. From the posts I understand that
> >>> Django and pylons are the best. By searching the net earlier I got the
> >>> same information that Django is best among the frameworks so I
> >>> downloaded it and I found it very difficult to configure.
> >> ???
> >> It's been a couple of years since I last used Django, but I don't
> >> remember any specific complexity wrt/ configuration.
> > The only difficulties I have had have been with serving static media.
> > Specifically, in the differences in setup between the development
> > environment and production, and setting it up so that I don't have to
> > make any changes to the code in order to roll out upgrades to a
> > product.
> I ran into this same problem. I wish it was simply a matter of starting
> the django project on another server, but a bunch of paths and URLs
> always seem to need to be changed. (I end up having to modify my
> urls.py files because I go from being at the URL root on the development
> server to being in a subdirectory on the actual server.)
> Other that those issues though, I've really enjoyed working in Django.
> STeVe- Hide quoted text -
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Thanks everyone for the response. I installed Django and configured
apache to execute the python scripts. I am learning it now.
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