I’m trying to get some answers as to why I (my company actually) would
go with RoR over TurboGears. The developer staff is fluent in both Ruby
and Python so that is not an issue. Rails is well into its release
cycle whereas Turbogears won’t be at 1.0 until later this week. They
both do essentially the same thing and they both have cool features
unique to themselves (Turbogears has Catwalk, RoR has Migrations, etc.).
RoR seems to have some attitude (please, I don’t mean this in a
negative way, but Railers are generally more outspoken that RoR is the
best - period - and if you don’t like it… Web.py in the Python world
seems to also have this attitude). I don’t really don’t mind the
attitude and I think it can be very beneficial, but I think it needs to
be backed up and that is what I’m trying to figure out. What is RoR
going to gain over Turbogears and vice-versa.
Right now after going through tutorials in both I’m pretty sure each one
is capable, but obviously RoR has momentum - and lots of it.
Anyone else in the same spot?