Webpy vs Django?
bruno.42.desthuilliers at websiteburo.invalid
Tue Jun 3 17:07:24 CEST 2008
circularfunc at yahoo.se a écrit :
> i have been trying to get Django running for 2 days now and it drives
> me crazy.
> i played with webpy a bit and it is easy to get going with. but django
> seems like once you have it all up and running it will be easier.
> just that the barrier of entry is much higher.
Django is indeed a bit more complex than webpy.
> is django worth it? seems so ridicoulusly hard to get it running. i
> run into trouble every time i advance a little, firstin the
> installationa nd now in the tutorial(creating polls).
I'm a bit surprised by your report of having problems running Django.
Deploying it on production can be a pain sometimes (well... I don't like
sys-admin stuff anyway...), but running Django on the builtin test
server with SQLite or MySQL is almost OOTB.
> what do you think of webpy for big projects that need performance?
Nothing. Never tried it.
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