Agree. And we don't even need to port TG as a whole at the beginning. Porting SQLObject to Jython could deliver value to Java/Jython  community and attract enough attention.

Just my $0.02.

 
On 11/18/06, Frank Wierzbicki <fwierzbicki@gmail.com> wrote:
> It's sounding like TG might be the better option. You guys are the
> pythonistas, so obviously you'd know better than me. I'd definitely say
> making the target something webby and CRUDdy would be the best focus,
> and I'll reiterate why:
I think this is a very good idea, at least for 2.3 development (2.2
should stilll concentrate exclusively on releasing since it is so
close).  I think TG probably is the easiest, since it is more easily
developed incrementally.  We might also consider Twisted (using Alan
Kennedy's select implementation
http://www.xhaus.com/alan/python/jynio/select.html )

And of course Django is a nice target as well.  We probably don't have
to target just one app.  I'm pretty sure TG uses SqlObject
http://www.sqlobject.org/, and about a year ago a tried SQLObject with
Jython and had some success with simple CRUD.

-Frank

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