[mod_python] web frameworks

Julian Ciccale jciccale at mac.com
Fri Apr 16 09:36:43 EST 2004

Hi, I'm following the PyWork development (julcicc), 
what problems did you encounter using XSLT ?

We are still working on pywork , and planning a new release, at the
moment we are using it in 2 production applications, and we are using
mostly ZPT and a new PDF view handler.

I would appreciate feedback on bugs and features.

See you,

- julcicc -

El vie, 16-04-2004 a las 04:26, Byron Ellacott escribió:
> On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 13:27, Todd Grimason wrote:
> > You might want to take a look at pywork:
> > http://pywork.sf.net
> > It is Struts-like and apparently can use XML/XSLT/etc.
> I took a look at this myself.  It's currenty at version 0.4, and I'm not
> sure how active the development is on it.  In order to get XML/XSLT
> working, I had to fix a few bugs in the distributed code base.  It looks
> like the author is more interested in ZPT than XSLT as a presentation
> mechanism, but I'm not sure ZPT would have worked out-of-the-box either
> (I didn't install the supporting Zope libraries, so I haven't even tried
> ZPT).
> For a 0.4 release, it's a good proof of concept.  But if you want to
> start developing with it, you'll have a bit of work ahead of you to get
> it ready for use.

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