CGI templating with python

Someone Something fordhaivat at
Thu Apr 1 10:34:51 EDT 2010

Cheetah would work, but it would be a major pain to debug (I hate those 500
Server Error pages) something django (as mentioned above) or turbogears
(with Kid) would get you rolling quickly.

On Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 8:38 PM, KB <keith at> wrote:

> Hi there,
> Years ago I wrote a LAMP app using python. I find I need a simple web
> data entry tool to store records (stock research) and when I enter a
> stock ticker, to pull up all the past research I have done. I am
> imagining fields like ticker, date, pulldown menus for various
> options, long text for comments etc..
> It's a very light weight application, so I was wondering if using
> something like Cheetah is the best way to do this?
> Or should I research Zope further or are there any other suggestions?
> Environment:
> - Python 2.5 (w/ MySQLdb)
> - MySQL 5.1
> - Windows Vista
> Many thanks in advance!
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