Chuck Esterbrook <ChuckEsterbrook@...> wrote:
>At 06:14 PM 6/27/2001 +0200, Heiko Hees wrote:
>>in the python9 conference paper there is
>>FormKit mentioned. Can i download it somewhere?
>I had to finalize the paper well before it was presented. Consequently,
>some components did not make it (FormKit) and others appeared that are not
>There is XForms from Paul Boddie, a 3rd party component for Webware:
Try XMLForms, available from...
It makes certain advances over the XForms package, making more interesting
things possible at an architectural level. Of course, it's not finished and is
possibly more than most people want, if all they're going to do is simple forms
processing. If all you want is something a bit more fancy than Python's "cgi"
module, then XMLForms isn't for you; however, if you want something which also
offers output templates to go with your forms, then it might be worth looking
at. See also the documentation, linked to from the page mentioned above.
I might just upload the CVS repository to Sourceforge at some stage, if that's
interesting for people.
Get your firstname@... email for FREE at http://Nameplanet.com/?su