[mod_python] mod_python Live examples

Kevin Lewandowski kevinsl at gmail.com
Mon Aug 16 18:21:35 EDT 2004

> But I _want_ to learn.  And I'd like to seperate the HTML and Python
> code so I can still rely on HTML designers who, unlike myself, know

Discogs.com uses Clearsilver (www.clearsilver.net) as a templating
system so the html and python code are separated. It was awkward at
first but is especially useful because html changes can't break the
python code and python changes can't break the display. There are
numerous other advantages of going this route which are listed on
their website and I can attest to.

> difficult: which _should_ I choose?  Being told "it depends on what
> you're doing" doesn't help because I'm not sure what I'm going to do,

If you don't know what you're going to do then try everything. When
you decide what to do you'll have some ideas of what tool will be

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