From: Peter Lyons <pete_lyons@ya...> - 2003-02-06 04:10:06
I'm just started working on a project to learn WebWare + Cheetah
using PyPerSyst for persistency. I intend to publish it somewhere as
a demo/proof-of-concept after I get a core set of functionality
working to my liking. It's going to be a simple contact manager
called PyTact. It will have good examples of how to set up the class
hierarchy to use inheritence to model your site's navigation
hierarchy, access control, bookmarkable urls, validation and form
redisplay with errors, and hopefully a few more cool bells and
whistles as it matures. I'd like to do XML serialization as well as
have an emergency management console that gives you an interactive
interpeter directly into the server process, so you can manually edit
the object graph in a n emergency -
system.productForID(100378).setPrice(125.99) if your e-commerce site
is selling things below cost due to a type-o.
This will also be a nice demo for the PyPerSyst project
(http://sourceforge.net/projects/pypersyst/). The object graph is
complex enough to show how to handle most tricky situations - no
more, no less.
I'll send a note to the list when this is up, hopefully before
the end of the month.
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