Today's python effort - getting comfortable with python packages on debian.
The steps I took:
apt-get install python-cherrypy apt-get install python-paste
apt-cache search wsgi python-beaker - Simple WSGI middleware that uses the Myghty Container API python-flup - Implements Python Web Server Gateway Interface (WSGI) python-jinja - simple pythonic template language python-myghty - Python based templating framework originally based on HTML::Mason python-paste - Tools for using a Web Server Gateway Interface stack python-pastedeploy - Load, configure, and compose WSGI applications and servers python-pastewebkit - port/reimplementation of Webware WebKit in WSGI and Paste apt-cache search python | grep xsl libxslt1-dbg - XSLT processing library - debugging symbols python-libxslt1 - Python bindings for libxslt1 python-libxslt1-dbg - Python bindings for libxslt1 (debug extension) python-lxml - pythonic binding for the libxml2 and libxslt libraries python-lxml-dbg - pythonic binding for the libxml2 and libxslt libraries (debug extension)
Interesting... when installed, where do the packages go? /usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/
I also installed:
It seems that python's license is friendlier with the GPL and debian. This is good! While I like PHP a lot, the fact that it is incompatible with the GPL is a pretty big deal, and only for the fact that they restrict the use of the term "PHP". Duh.
This is helpful: