HI Chris

Sunday morning, forgot to reply-all


Will forward the other emails now


On Sun, May 10, 2009 at 9:29 AM, Chris McDonough <chr...@plope.com> wrote:
> On 5/9/09 9:10 PM, Tim Hoffman wrote:
>> The more I think/understand the way chameleon works the less likely I
>> think it is going to work.
>> As I sent out the app engine sdk know includes a modified _ast module
>> so maybe it will work
>> (but haven't tried it myself the inclusion was to get genshi working
>> in the main), but I think the only possibility will be compiling
>> templates into an in memory cache but unless you have a busy sight the
>> compile cost might be pretty high, as an app engine will spin down in
>> less than 30 sec's of non use.  And startup time/spin up time on a new
>> request will possibly be very expensive unless the template is only
>> compiled as used and then cached and reused again pretty soon.
> I think Malthe's idea is to generate .py files that will can be used during
> a deployment (to GAE or anything else really).  On GAE, using these .py
> files should be no slower than importing and using any other .py file in
> your application.  In general, the biggest expense of Chameleon is emitting
> Python source, the rest is quite fast.
> Is there any reason this isn't cc'ed to the list?
> - C
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