Phil Tomson wrote:
> In article <4302B9B9.2070009 / neurogami.com>,
> James Britt  <james_b / neurogami.com> wrote:
> 
>>Lyndon Samson wrote:
>>
>>>Interesting write-up of Rails vs a similar python based framwork.
>>>
>>>
>>>http://www.magpiebrain.com/archives/2005/08/14/rails_and_django
>>
>>Remarkably level-headed.
>>
>>
> 
> 
> Would it be fair to say that Django and Nitro are closer in philosophy 
> (ie. they both generate the SQL for you) than Django and Rails (or Rails 
> and Nitro)?


I haven't used Django, but based on that write up that sounds correct.

> 
> BTW: Kudos to the gem-folk, here's a quote from the article:
> "Installing both Rails and Django is fairly easy once you've got the 
> relevant interpreter installed. Ruby can make use of the excellent Gems 
> system, which is something Python (and to be fair most other languages 
> including Java) would do well to mimic."
> 

Oh, indeed.  Gems makes life much easier.

James

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