From: "Richard Biffl"

Newsgroups: sybase.public.sqlanywhere.product_futures_discussion

Subject: web2py connector

Date: 11 Apr 2010 06:39:32 -0700

Now that SQL Anywhere supports Python and Django, I request that you take the next step and support the database access layer of the web2py web application framework (http://web2py.com/). web2py is an up-and-comer, similar to Django but a bit simpler. I plan to use it in a new project and it would be great if I could use SQL Anywhere on the back end.

asked 12 Apr '10, 10:50

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