[Pythonmac-SIG] module metrics and Framework comparisons

DavidW vip at avatar.com.au
Tue Feb 5 14:59:50 CET 2008

Hi Kent.
I'd never actually used cheeecake for evaluation, just as a source of  
SW, so thanks.

On 06/02/2008, at 12:27 AM, Kent Johnson wrote:

> DavidW wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Does anyone know of a set of (formalized software
>> engineering) metrics against which (python) modules can be evaluated?
> http://pycheesecake.org/ attempts to evaluate the 'kwalitee' (their  
> word) of software packages by applying automatic metrics.
>> Also, I've been background reading around Application Frameworks  
>> and  wondered if anyone's got a good/favourite reference which  
>> compares  Python with others.
> Python itself is a programming language, not an application  
> framework. Are you looking to compare Python frameworks with each  
> other, or with other languages, or ??
badly expressed, sorry. Yes I meant "compare those written in Python  
with others"
> The only Python desktop (not web) application framework under active  
> development that I know of is Dabo:
> http://dabodev.com/
Looks interesting. Perhaps I could see what cheesecake thinks of it!

thanks again, David
> Kent

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