Glad to hear you like Webware.
Can't say I've got any multimedia plans in the near future. I am working on
a middle tier component whose first database support is MySQL. More on that
in the future.
Regarding the .py extension below, that is bug I noticed after the 0.4.1
release. Thanks for reporting it though.
At 10:00 AM 11/13/00 -0700, Jim Manis wrote:
>Cool stuff! When I first came across WW, I thought: "Oh, Zope-Lite? FastCGI
>for the code-challenged?" Anyhoo, I'm primarily a multimedia producer/web
>designer, but I do a fair bit of programming in Java and Python (and C/C++
>when there's just no way out), and I really like working with your app
>server using just plain Python, no DTML or other app-specific scripting
>language to learn, or modifying Python in some peculiar way to make my
>I'm specifically interested in creating a multimedia framework to extend
>WebCT, which Lethbridge Community College (where I teach) has adopted for
>online course delivery. This will include QuickTime and RealMedia streaming
>servers, Flash generation (SWIFT-Generator), assorted Java and JPython
>applets, MySQL datebases, etc. Would love to share info with anyone doing
>multimedia, courseware, or similar projects with Python.
>Haven't had a chance to test WebKit on my Linux box at work, but on win95 I
>have noted the following...
>The HTML generated for the Examples adds the .py extension:
>However, to make them work, I have to leave off the extension:
>Whazzup? (I know this is getting read in from a .list file, but I don't want
>to start muckin' around with the main() class and break sumptin!)
>Anyway, Good work, guys! I'll give it a run on a real OS when I get to work
>Instructor, Multimedia Production
>Lethbridge Community College
>Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
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