[development] Turbogears: Python framework
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Wed Mar 15 02:35:58 UTC 2006
Bèr Kessels wrote:
>Op dinsdag 7 maart 2006 20:02, schreef Adrian Rossouw:
>>>Also, we /suffer/ from pitfalls; most of these framework take care
>>>of everything security (input validation, XSS injection) whereas
>>>with Drupal, thou shalt not forget check_plain() and friends.
>>how could we fix that ?
>IMO with two steps:
>1. Let go the current 'guideline' that everything needs a purpose. That every
>function must be used. Core should provide an autocomplete_return_nodes()
>even if that is not *used* in core, for example. Core should be more of a
>handy bundle of APIs, rather then a self contained, complete functioning
>2. Add a far more complete database abstraction layer. Maybe even port Active
>Record to Drupal. AR, is AFAIK the only reason why RoR is secure.
I'm more of a Ors fan myself. Building Drupal on top of symphony or
qcodo would give you all the advantagous (how weird would that be to
build a frame work on *top* of a framework). Or if that is too much over
head just propel.
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