[mod_python] Announcement: Roadkill version 0.01 "Kitten"

Michael C. Neel neel at mediapulse.com
Fri Jun 6 10:30:35 EST 2003

You should post this in the mod_python dev list as well; currenty there
is discussion of mod_psp (python server pages) being folded into
mod_python, and I'm sure your experience in tackling the same issues
would be helpful.


     > -----Original Message-----
     > From: Gre7g Luterman 
     > [mailto:gre7g-k-modpython.e475ec at wolfhome.com] 
     > Sent: Friday, June 06, 2003 12:36 AM
     > To: mod_python at modpython.org
     > Subject: [mod_python] Announcement: Roadkill version 
     > 0.01 "Kitten"
     > And now for something completely different...  
     > I'd like to announce my new mod_python project "Roadkill".
     > Roadkill is a Python-language version of PHP/ASP.  It 
     > lets you embed 
     > Python code within a .epy webpage to generate dynamic 
     > content.  This 
     > lets you edit your code with your favorite GUI webpage 
     > editor instead 
     > of pasting HTML into your CGI or keeping a bunch of 
     > templates that 
     > your CGI imports.
     > The homepage for Roadkill can be found at: 
     > http://roadkill.sourceforge.net/
     > The documentation is thin and the bugs are most likely 
     > numerous (what 
     > can you expect for version 0.01?), but if any of you 
     > would like to 
     > play with it, I would certainly appreciate comments and 
     > bug reports.  
     > It may not be much to look at now, but hopefully you'll 
     > agree that it 
     > has great potential.
     > I now return you to your regularly scheduled mailing list.  ;-)
     > Gre7g.
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