[Twisted-web] RE: Re: Twisted & legacy code - Unorthodox? Opinion s
mesozoic at polynode.com
Sat Apr 24 02:06:36 MDT 2004
On Sat, 2004-04-24 at 03:47, Harald.Nyman at AstraZeneca.com wrote:
> Ok ok, I give in - yes, it's a hack, and no, it doesn't make optimal
> use of Twisted. Full confession. Still, I'd humbly like my obituary
> to mention that it was a little bit of a "clever" hack - couple days
> to put an afterburner on that ole CGI code... :)
Did you hear the Darwin Awards story about the guy who strapped a jet
engine onto his old car and took it for a ride? He crashed into the side
of a cliff in the middle of the desert. I think, given the situation you
described earlier, this analogy is very apt.
Sometimes it's better to invest a bit more and just get an F/A-18. ;)
> Have started to look at Nevow (howz that pronounced anyway??) - looks
'Nouveau'. It's actually a pun on the previous Twisted web framework,
which was called 'Woven'. Welcome to the community. There is no escape.
"Never let your sense of morals prevent you from doing what is right."
-- Salvor Hardin, Isaac Asimov's _Foundation_
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