Aquarium is a framework for creating highly dynamic, custom Web applications in Python. It offers convenient libraries, tight integration with Cheetah, adaptors for various Web environments, and a convenient approach to Web development.
Release Notes: This is a major release containing a ton of pent up changes.
Release Notes: Bug fixes were necessary for database connection pools, really big sessions, newbie HTML designers, reverse proxying, more professional error messages, the newest version of Cheetah, the newest version of MySQLdb, the VFAT filesystem, strange browsers, Windows users without a HOME, and inconvenient socket disconnects.
Release Notes: This release features huge speed improvements, fixes a few bugs, and adds a few small features.
Release Notes: The biggest addition was Glass, a small Web server based on the Python standard library. Efforts were made to improve the documentation, and the demo application now runs right out of an unpacked distribution. Improvements were also made to I18N, and the Web server adaptors were radically improved.
Release Notes: The installer was overhauled. Aquarium's philosophy was documented. There's now an online demo application. Many convenience items were added to the libraries. The form generation and form validation libraries were improved. This release is XHTML DTD compliant.