I will be keeping an eye on this module as I try to work out how to move my game from my server to my players' machines. It seems to me that most frameworks like CGI end up have the tail wagging the dog, rather than the other way around. I shouldn't have to rewrite my application just to move it from being a CGI application to a Tk one.
I just want to plugin the different front ends that I can choose to present my application, rather than have to rework my back end to fit in.
I think this module offers me such a framework. Disabuse me of this idea, if you think this is wrong.
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