Monthly Archives: April 2010

Web Applications in Python 3

Everyone knows that there aren’t any decent web stacks in Python 3, right? Nobody seems interested in porting Django or Turbogears or Pylons or Plone or Zope to the new, improved much more fun to write language. Almost true. There are a few less popular frameworks for Python 3, including my own half-finished psyclone: http://archlinux.me/dusty/2010/01/17/python-3-web-framework/… Read More »

Image Manipulation in Python 3

Enough libraries have been ported to Python 3 to finally make it seriously possible to write real world code in this modern Python interpreter. Sure, we don’t have django or really any decent web framework yet (CherryPy runs, but it’s not a full web stack), and database support is limited (SQLAlchemy supports postgres and sqlite3),… Read More »