Malthe Borch wrote:
> 2009/5/3 Martin Aspeli <optilude+li...@gmail.com>:
>> I'd suggest it's "specialised" rather than "immature". I can't imagine
>> GAE (or something like it) ever giving the full power that you'd have on
>> a separately hosted environment (they're doing the same type of
>> sandboxing with Java).
> Not being able to evaluate and execute code at run-time is a
> limitation, not a specialization. I agree with you that GAE can impose
> certain restrictions because of its architecture, but I fail to see
> why the language itself should be part of this. Seems to me that there
> are compiler-issues that they haven't been able to tackle yet.
Yeah, sure. Hopefully it can be resolved. But you can create an awful
lot of useful applications without this ability. :)
Anyway, it's nice to see that we may have a tutorial on BFG-on-GAE soon.
I'd love to be able to use TAL, though. Django templates give me a
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