In fact, I always used 10% of webpy. Webpy, although it was an anti-framework, is now a full featured framework (providing templates, sql access, form generator, markdown access, openid, session ...) Too much for me.
I'd got many troubles during the 0.2->0.3 phase (troubles with notfound/internalerror, markdown broken, reloader broken, seeother/redirect broken, https detection broken, ...). But I learned a lot of things hacking webpy during this phase.
Webapp is a simple thing, and miss some features, like simple cookies, routes according host, .... Webapp use the WebOb thing (for its request/response object), which is a really nice and mature library. The Do-It-Yourself from its author gave me the idea to do it my self. Nearly everything I needed were already here in webapp/webob, I'd just made a wrapper around webapp to offer some simple things, and aeweb was born.Comments (View) Tags: gae, aeweb