Edmund Lian hat gesagt: // Edmund Lian wrote:
> I've been looking around for a content management system, written in
> Python. Does anybody know of any? I don't want to use Plone/Zope, they
> are too heavy and restrictive for my liking.
> Something that is Webware based, uses SQLObject, PostgreSQL and maybe
> Cheetah would be perfect. If there is already something out there, I'd
> prefer to start hacking into it rather than reinvent the wheel.
My "teeny_tiny_cms" might fit your needs well. It was written in a
sunday afternoon with the main goal of being very small and providing
only basic functionality. However it does support searching, article
comments, topic folders and a simple admin authentification.
It uses SQLObject and sqlite in the default configuration, but sqlite
can be replaced with any other DB supported by SQLObject. I didn't
update ttc to SQLObject 0.6 yet. You can get the code for ttc in the
webware sandbox (webware-sandbox.sf.net, subdirectory "fbar") or see
it in action at http://footils.org/cms/show/3 You probably don't want
to use it out of the box (although it is possible) but it is very easy
to adapt to your setup, because it's so small. Just don't step on it
Frank Barknecht _ ______footils.org__