[Twisted-Python] Re: twisted enterprise versus other OR tools

Joseph Kocherhans jkocherhans at mac.com
Tue May 25 11:58:23 EDT 2004

I haven't used it myself, but I hear Modeling is supposed to be very 
similar to EOF. http://modeling.sourceforge.net/

These might also be helpful:


Kevin Koym wrote:
> I have been recently looking at Twisted Enterprise.  I am wondering-
> Is there any other object /relational persistence mechanisms that are 
> closer to
> - php's propel http://propel.phpdb.org/
> - apache's torque
> I like the idea of having a lighter weight system, which it seems that 
> twisted's enterprise provides, but I miss not having some of the 
> modeling capabilities of these other tools vis a vis twisted 
> enterprise.  I am wondering what is planned for its future, or perhaps, 
> given my newness to python, perhaps I am looking at the wrong tool for 
> object persistance into relational databases?  Are there others that are 
> used on a higher end for lots more classes?  Given that the Java world 
> has so many of these tools for object - relational mapping (versus 
> pulling rows out of tables separate of business objects), I expect that 
> there is another in the python world that I have missed (whether it is 
> twisted.enterprise or otherwise).
> Any thoughts appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Kevin
> PS my bias is towards Apple's (formerly NeXT's) enterprise objects.  If 
> you have a suggestion that hits close to it, please let me know.
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