On Friday 14 December 2001 08:26 am, Alex V Koval wrote:
> At first I would like to tell big Thanks to all who are
> working on creation of Webware! I tried to test Webware for
> a test projects and found it to be very useful new platform
> for our team of web developers.
> While testing different sides of Webware I tried to use MiddleKit
> for a simple test application. I'd like to note that
> I am beginner with Python, Webware and Cheetah, but wanted to
> test this overall to study Python programming, Webware and
> Cheetah by developing a simple application.
> In the MiddleKit I found some small mistakes which makes it
> impossible to specify "Enum" for mkmodel structure. Documentation
> for MiddleKit does not contain (or I could not find) the information
> where/how to submit those small patches. I do not think that
> I will became stable developer of something (because my little
> experience with python which counts just a week) but I find my
> patches to be useful for a new people which will be trying to use
> BTW, are the MiddleKit still developed by its author or development
> stopped ? I read somewhere that interface for PostgreSQL was planned
> long ago, but I do not see PostgreSQL drivers even in latest CVS
> updated version of Webware.
> As alternatives I also checked PyDO, but it does not fits our needs.
> Before we developed projects with Perl and we created those "middle
> objects" manually. Overall process was much more difficult comparing
> to use MiddleKit automate tool "generate".
I feel like I answered this question before, but this message is unread
in my box and I can't find any replies to it.
Patches should be posted by visiting the project page at:
And clicking "Patches". The direct URL is:
Webware cvs has improved support for csv so your enum problems should
Yes, MK is still under development.