[Twisted-web] Web rewrite plan

William Dode wilk-ml at flibuste.net
Sun Apr 25 11:32:37 MDT 2004

Matt Goodall <matt at pollenation.net> writes:

> On Sat, 2004-04-24 at 17:26, Donovan Preston wrote:
>> On Apr 24, 2004, at 3:34 AM, James Y Knight wrote:
>> > Open question: does Nevow go into twisted/web/? If so, how do we 
>> > handle standalone (not depending on twisted at all) nevow? Perhaps 
>> > standalone nevow is just a branch of twisted/web/nevow/ with 
>> > appropriate modifications? If nevow isn't a package in twisted/web, 
>> > dirlist and failure can't go into twisted.web because they depend on 
>> > Nevow.
>> Here is what I am thinking: Nevow should be a standalone package, but 
>> should also be included with twisted.web. I would prefer that  nevow 
>> *not* be included in the twisted. package, but be shipped with the 
>> twisted.web tarball.
> I agree that Nevow should be a standalone framework but I'm not
> convinced that bundling Nevow with t.web is good for either of them.
> t.web (http protocol, request/resource interface, http client and http
> server (including vhost, ditrib, rewrite, etc)) makes a great base for
> web application frameworks, web services, web servers etc. Once the
> current limitations have been addressed I doubt there will be a great
> need for further releases other than bug fixing.

Could we imagine that t.web become part of standard lib of python ?

William - http://flibuste.net

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