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General Development InfoWorld's Rick Grehan provides an in-depth comparison of six Python Web frameworks, including CubicWeb, Django, Pyramid, Web.py, Web2py, and Zope 2. 'No matter what your needs or leanings as a Python developer might be, one of these frameworks promises to be a good fit,' Grehan writes. 'As usual, the choice is highly subjective. You will find zealots for each product, and every zealot is able to present rational reasons why their chosen framework is superior.'
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pylons ommission
by gregorlowski on Thu 11th Aug 2011 02:09 UTC
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2006-03-20

I just skimmed the article, but I found no mention of pylons? Really? When I was evaluating frameworks for a web project a while back, pylons seemed like the fit among all the python offerings.

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RE: pylons ommission
by shas3 on Thu 11th Aug 2011 03:05 in reply to "pylons ommission"
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2011-08-11

Pyramid is the new pylons.

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RE: pylons ommission
by prudhvi on Thu 11th Aug 2011 03:06 in reply to "pylons ommission"
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2010-08-21

Pylons is legacy now. repoze.bfg + pylons = Pyramid.

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RE[2]: pylons ommission
by gregorlowski on Thu 11th Aug 2011 03:18 in reply to "RE: pylons ommission"
gregorlowski Member since:
2006-03-20

Ahh, I deserve an RTFA for my original comment. I haven't looked at pylons since the name change, but TFA does explicitly mention:

"Pyramid, a flexible new offering from the group that produced the popular Pylons framework..."

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RE: pylons ommission
by Clinton on Thu 11th Aug 2011 03:12 in reply to "pylons ommission"
Clinton Member since:
2005-07-05

Nevermind... Nobody likes a Johnny Come Lately.

Edited 2011-08-11 03:13 UTC

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