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  A Framework for Writing Web Apps
  Posted on Friday June 09, @02:20AM Pacific
Programming Quixote is a framework for developing Web applications in Python. The basic idea is that a Web application is written as a Python package, and URLs are then treated as paths walking down into the package. Objects, functions, and methods are accessible through URLs (inspired by Zope's object publishing). Quixote is still only partially finished, you've been warned.

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