You might like to look at typhoonae
http://code.google.com/p/typhoonae/ (appengine in your own cloud and
one of its backends is mongodb) and of course
bfg will run on appengine.
Typhoonae does abstract mondodb out of the application space and is
hidden by a number of layers
On Sun, Feb 7, 2010 at 3:32 PM, Reed O'Brien <r...@reedobrien.com> wrote:
> On Feb 1, 2010, at 12:36 PM, Paul Everitt wrote:
>> On Feb 1, 2010, at 12:35 PM, Tres Seaver wrote:
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>>> Joan Miller wrote:
>>>> Does anybody could write a little example about how to set up a
>>>> MongoDB (through Ming ) data store with BFG?
>>>> This one to be used in TG2 
>>>>  http://merciless.sourceforge.net/
>>>>  http://bitbucket.org/percious/c5t/src/tip/c5t/core/model/auth.py
>>> - From what I can tell, the model classes in the c5t example would
>>> pretty much unchanged in a BFG app: if you used routes instead of
>>> traversal, the views could use the same pattern for finding the model
>>> I think Reed O'Brian was doing some work on Mongo-based BFG apps. I've
>>> CC'ed him just in case he missed seeing your post.
> way behind on mailing lists.
> Unfortunately that code in that repo is pretty misconceived. Robert Marianski
> and I spent a couple days at pycon last year and produced the above code
> which should really be forgotten.
> Since then pymongo has grown several features and a couple other packages for
> working with mongo have surfaced; namely ming and mongokit. I like aspects of
> both, but neither seems near perfect. To date i haven't used mongo in a
> production system. I expect to be using mongodb within the next year. So if
> anyone is at pycon sprints and wants to give it another go I would be happy
> As for using mongo and ming with bfg, I haven't done it yet. It would be easy
> enough to wire it up something like so..
> The above code is just modified from the sqlalchemy paster template.
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