Adrian Kubala <adr...@sixfingeredman.net> wrote in message <news:Pine.LNX.email@example.com>...As chief shill for the Schematics project
> I'm fixing to write a basic database web frontend for HR data...
> I've accumulated a very practical, lightweight
> collection of libraries: sql manipulation, MVC forms, object-relational
> layer, db abstraction, date libs, etc.,
> So I'm wondering if there are any existing open-source projects which can
> get me partway there -- anything close to a framework for web
> applications, but ideally something which goes so far as to fully automate
> creating a basic interface for a given relational schema.
> The only examples of such things I know of are from Python: Webunit,
> Twisted, etc.; and Java: Atris, EJB, ...
(http://schematics.sourceforge.net/) and "a shameless PLT booster"
(http://plt-scheme.org/) I'll answer as best I can in terms of what is
available for PLT Scheme. Where I don't give URLs the code can be
found via Schematics.
sql manipulation: We've got SchemeQL which currently runs on top of
db abstraction: see above
object-relational layer: nothing here
MVC forms: For the view component I really like WebIt!
date libs: Combination of the PLT builtins and SRFI-19
webunit: This is a testing framework for web applications. There is a
twisted: This is a server. The web server distributed with PLT Scheme
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