On Mon, 2009-05-04 at 17:58 -0500, Ian Bicking wrote:
> It's only a small piece of Zope 3 or BFG, but a WebOb/Zope API
> comparison: http://pythonpaste.org/webob/differences.html#zope-3
> I actually had to complain some to get a published reference doc for
> Zope 3 request and response, which is to say that this API isn't
> really on the radar of Zope 3 developers.  Which I find weird, but I
> obviously have my own biases.  Zope 3 developers do approach things
> from a very different starting point than Pylons/TG/Django (which are
> all really pretty close).
> IMHO if you specifically want to "learn Zope 3", then I think you want
> to use Grok; there's Zope 3 stuff in BFG, but you probably won't find
> yourself actively introduced to it.  Though if you are interested in
> adding Zope 3 concepts to a WSGI stack, then you'd definitely want
> BFG.

Thanks Ian. Mostly I want to broaden my mind with regards to design,
especially for projects that might get 'Large'. I really like the
formality and clarity of the Component Architecture and it's
interface/registry approach, but I will certainly be using it in a wsgi
stack of some kind. Guess I'll muck around with all three!


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