[Grok-dev] Re: Announcing DBSprockets Primitives
chris at percious.com
Mon Jan 14 16:01:56 EST 2008
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Christopher Perkins wrote:
> I will be supporting 2.4 in the future, but for right now I need to move
> to 2.5 to move forward since TG is heading in that direction.
Good plan -- moving to a "new" Python release is a big pain for Zope,
mostly due to the "untrusted code" model which is part of its ten-year
legacy at this point.
> That means that I will keep running my tests in 2.4 before release to PyPI
> for the time being.
Good to know, thanks!.
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 tseaver at palladion.com
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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On Jan 14, 11:02 am, Tres Seaver <tsea... at palladion.com> wrote:
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> Christopher Perkins wrote:
> > I know a few of you on this board have been following the DBSprockets
> > project so I wanted to post about a recent development: primitives.
> > What I have done is to massively simplify the api so that making an custom
> > form for user input is much easier. Here is what you get with my
> > auto-generated forms.
> > Features:
> > 1) SQLAlchemy 4.2 support (the latest and greatest)
> > 2) Automatic Form generation. DBSprockets will determine how to generate
> > the form based on the model definition you send it.
> > 3) Automatic validation. (required fields, email_address, integer vs.
> > String etc. and a bit more)
> > 4) Automatic one-to-many drop-downs.
> > 5) Automatic many-to-many multiple-select fields.
> > UnderDevelopment:
> > 1) makeTable - makes a table of a given model. (working in the trunk)
> > I have yet to make a mock-up of a grok project because I am migrating to
> > python 2.5 but I may have one in the coming weeks. If someone out there
> > worked to get dbsprockets working in a grok environment they would have my
> > full support.
> > Here is a link to the primitives documentation:
> > DBSprockets is at PyPI (easy_install dbsprockets)
> Great, thanks very much! Do you plan to keep the next version(s) of
> dbsprockets compatible with Python 2.4?
> - --
> Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 tsea... at palladion.com
> Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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