Python on the Web

Bruno Desthuilliers bdesth.quelquechose at
Fri Aug 28 18:32:36 CEST 2009

John Nagle a écrit :
> Bruno Desthuilliers wrote:
>> If you're only writing your framework for learning purposes, you could
>> as well go with Python 3, and implement everything from the ground up
>> (not a trivial task FWIW).
>    Python 3 isn't ready for prime time on web servers.  Too many major
> modules,
> haven't been ported yet.

Which ones (sorry, still using 2.5 at work so I didn't bother that much
with 2.6 so far) ?

> MySQLdb is available only up to Python 2.5.  So the basics
> for web work aren't
> ready yet.

I wouldn't label MySQLdb as "a basic for web work" - I mean, something
you just can't do without !-)

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