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I'm going to pretend that was totally intentional.

Well, that's creepy.

Hahaha... I can only imagine. Sorry to creep you out. Your Facebook profile is just a click away from your personal website, and your discussion about Records is up front and center on your feed for me :)

%s/'s/ is not/i Fixed it, you're welcome.

Agreed! I was heavily exploring building this upon SQLAlchemy, but decided that the first version needed only to support the only database I use regularly: Postgres.

There's a very big chance that SQLAlchemy will be integrated into the project, to allow for connections to multiple database types.


To generate raw SQL queries that is database engine independent, you can use: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-sql

The marketing for these products always amazes me.

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Not long.

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Surprisingly long, all things considered.

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This is why greenlets exist.

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Documentation for utilizing this with Python and Flask :)

https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/python-websockets

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I've been telling them for years, they need Git-backed issues.

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this.

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Why does something have to be better to be useful?

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Tornado is an excellent choice for websockets, but someone shouldn't have to switch web frameworks just to support them. This works well for people who like working with Flask and have existing applications that they want to add websocket support to.

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Yep, totally get it. Just want to make sure people know about tornado as an option for greenfield projects.

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