anonhung at gmail.com
Thu Feb 9 05:55:22 CET 2012
>>> Hey guys, someone asked me to maintain his old website, trouble is,
>>> it's in python, more trouble is it's in turbogears 1. I'm not fluent in
>>> python but all right, I can learn, but this turbogears thing..........
>>> First of all, is it still alive? Looks like turbogears 2 is the most
>>> recent version but even that is being abandoned.
>> Yup, looks dead to me. Hasn't had a release in almost 2 months or a
>> commit to the GIT repo in 2 days. Must be nailed to its perch or
> Ohhh, sarcasm...
> To the original poster: what makes you think that Turbogears 2 is
As I've said in another reply they keep talking about pyramid as if
that will be a totally new framework. I'm not saying I know things
definitely but surely my impression was that the team is out for
something new not based on turbogears 2.
>>> Am I basically given vaporware? Does anyone have any up to date info?
>> Have you considered Ruby on Rails?
> Now that's just cruel.
Yep, it is :)
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