ms at cerenity.org
Wed Jan 25 00:48:27 CET 2006
On Tuesday 24 January 2006 19:21, Simon Faulkner wrote:
> > > Yep, and it's pretty good too. Why do you ask?
> > I often need to write small, simple databases and have friends 'foaming'
> > about RoR.
> > If TurboGears can give me pretty much what RoR would but will also allow
> > me to use my (pathetic) Python skills then I will invest some time
> > having a go...
I just gave it a go. From download to completing the 20 minute wiki, the
timestamps on my filesystem say 30 minutes - I guess I read/type slow ;-)
FWIW, I went to the RoR talk at Euro OSCON, and as far as I can tell (having
now done the tutorial), they really are more or less equivalent.
I'd definitely give it a go if I were you. I might have a bit more of a play
between now and the Python Meetup Manchester (hint, hint ;-) .
(I'm half tempted to ditch using the port of cgi_app that I use on a handful
of projects now as a result of this, *IF* it'll work on sourceforge...)
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