Web development with Python 3.1
alan at baselinedata.co.uk
Tue Oct 27 01:56:37 CET 2009
Hi Paul, thanks for the reply (despite the sarcasm ;-) ),
>Does it occur to you that the unavailability of those frameworks is
part of the REASON they say to use 2.x?
Of course, but that doesn't mean that there isn't someone out there who
may know of a framework that is already Python3 compatible, or is being
>Have you answered your own question?
>Anyway, for simple web programming, frameworks are not worth the
hassle. Just use the cgi module.
Ok - I'll look into it.
>... you are the one who decided to zoom off into the 3.1 wilderness
before the framework developers got there.
I haven't zoomed-off anywhere yet - in fact I've hardly started. I made
the decision to start with 3.1 based on the fact that it was the latest
version, and hoping that there may be some framework stuff out there
(because 3.0 has been out for a while now). However, it looks as though
I might have to review that decision, but what I've learned so far is
pretty simple stuff, so it won't be wasted.
> Alan Harris-Reid <alan at baselinedata.co.uk> writes:
>> I am very much new to Python, and one of my first projects is a simple
>> data-based website. I am starting with Python 3.1 (I can hear many of
>> you shouting "don't - start with 2.6"), but as far as I can see, none
>> of the popular python-to-web frameworks (Django, CherryPy, web.py,
>> etc.) are Python3 compatible yet.
>> So, what can I use to start my web programming experience using 3.1?
> Does it occur to you that the unavailability of those frameworks is
> part of the REASON they say to use 2.x? Have you answered your own
> Anyway, for simple web programming, frameworks are not worth the
> hassle. Just use the cgi module.
> If you want to use a framework, well, you are the one who decided to
> zoom off into the 3.1 wilderness before the framework developers got
> there. If you're an experienced programmer in other languages and
> you're determined to use a framework, maybe a worthwhile Python
> learning project would be to help port your favorite framework to 3.1.
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