Web development with Python 3.1
alan at baselinedata.co.uk
Thu Oct 29 01:49:27 CET 2009
John Nagle wrote:
> <div class="moz-text-flowed">Alan Harris-Reid wrote:
>> 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
> Until MySQLdb gets ported to something later than Python 2.5, support
> for a "data-based web site" probably has to be in Python 2.5 or earlier.
> The C module situation for Python 3.x still isn't very good.
> Realistically, the production version of Python is 2.5. This process
> is taking long enough that I'm worried that Python 3.x could do for
> Python what Perl 6 did for Perl - provide an upgrade path that nobody
> is a minimal templating system for fill-in-the-blanks template work in
> Actually, if you have HTMLTemplate, FCGI, and MySQLdb, you have enough to
> do a back-end database.
> There are some advantages to libraries (you call them) over
> (they call you) if you're doing something unusual. Frameworks are more
> useful if you're doing yet another "Web 2.0" web site.
> John Nagle
Thanks for the advice John. I am concerned at what you say about the
uptake of 3.x - you could be right (although I hope you eventually
turn-out to be wrong :-) ).
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