Please recommend a blog program written using python-cgi

Royt raoyitao at gmail.com
Fri Jun 13 07:53:42 CEST 2008


On Jun 12, 4:58 pm, "Diez B. Roggisch" <de... at nospam.web.de> wrote:
> Royt wrote:
> > Hi, I'm a newbie to Python, but I think it won't be too hard to learn.
> > A few days ago I registered Google App Engine, it only support Python
> > 2.5. I want to set my blog on it soon. But it's not easy for me to
> > finish it in a short time since I'm not very familiar with Python, so
> > I want find some codes available, throught reading the code, I can
> > learn something from it. I know there are many frameworks for web
> > development, but I just want the code using traditional CGI method,
> > it's easy to use and it doesn't require any additional knowledge about
> > framework. I need a simple example (support basic function of a
> > weblog, easy to revise) but not a complicated huge monster (I don't
> > think such a thing now exists).
>
> I guess you are out of luck. Usually people use frameworks because it *does*
> make work easier. AFAIK google engine supports Django. So try & aquaint you
> with that - and I bet there are Django-based blogs out there.
>
> Diez

Oh, I'm out of luck, maybe it means few code of python-cgi blog
exists. So I'd like to find a django blog, sf.net should at least have
a piece of code, I guess. Of course, if someone could tell which
project is sipmle but pragmatic, that's better.



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