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Re: to php or not... continued

 Good point, I haven't gotten to coding up a django applet yet... But I 
do need access to a db and I believe django may be the tool I'll use for 
that. If django has a template system, I suppose there's no reason not 
to use it. 

Cheers. Steve. 

Jonathan D. Arnold / Daemon Dancing wrote: 
> Stephen Adler wrote: 
>> Guys, 
>> I've started down the path of looking at cherrypy and cheetha for the 
>> two web content management tools. I'll probably use django for my 
>> object wrapping so that I can talk to a database. So far so good. I 
>> havn't plugged into Turbogears or Pylons which is supposed to be the 
>> front to back web service development framework, basically just for 
>> the lack of time. 
>> But, I sort of see the way the ball is bouncing. All this leads to 
>> the MVC pattern... (I hate this acronym stuff...) which is what I had 
>> in mind to begin with when setting up this project. With cheetha, I 
>> can very nicely split up all my web content and design into separate 
>> template files, so my web site will start by looking ugly as hell, 
>> but will have all the functionality I want. I'm all thumbs when it 
>> comes to 
> Why are you using Cheetah and not the built-in django template 
> library? The 
> Cheetah web page isn't clear on what Cheetah has to offer over the one 
> already in django. 

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