I like writing small self-contained applications, and I like writing then using nice high-level application frameworks like Django and Rails. Alas, I also like being able to run these services for the foreseeable future, and that’s a lot harder than writing them is. Running a single Rails or Django application consumes an appreciable chunk of […]
I’ve moved the DjangoKit source and documentation (such as it is) into Google Code at the request of Rob Hudson, so other people can work on it. Other people? Work on my code? Crazy.
DjangoKit suffered a hiatus recently due to a non-anticipated hot beverage/keyboard intersection incident, but recently I’ve been able to poke at it again, and I have it in a much more flexible state now. Although the code itself is still scary and horrible, and I’m abusing distutils in a way that’ll get me into trouble […]