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web programming with mod_python

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Actually I'm using php4 for web programming, but I don't like it, I know
that manny hosting servers supports mod_python, so I want to start
programming in python for web applications with mod_python.
My question is: is there some kind of framework that works with mod_python?
I just want some classes to manage some kind of themplates (for MVC),
sessions, and if possible data persistence. I don't have root on these
servers and the admins won't install any application if I ask them, I need
to use just plain python files.

Thank you
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Jul 19 '05 #1
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At 7:17 PM -0300 7/1/05, Rodrigo Dominguez wrote:
My question is: is there some kind of framework that works with mod_python?


You could take a look at Myghty:
<http://www.myghty.org/>
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Raymond Cote
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Jul 19 '05 #2

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Rodrigo Dominguez wrote:
My question is: is there some kind of framework that works with mod_python?


I use and love Albatross, but there are heaps of others. Check the
mod_python FAQ, in particular

http://www.modpython.org/FAQ/faqw.py...=faq03.010.htp
Jul 21 '05 #3

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