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SimpleXMLRPCSer ver to fastcgi via WSGI?


Is there a straightforward way to convert an XML-RPC server application
(written for SimpleXMLRPCSer ver) to use WSGI so that it can be used as s
fastcgi server? By "straightforwar d" I mean something simple, without
using some external framework.

Alternatively, I don't really care about WSGI, so something that makes
it work as fastcgi directly will also be ok.
Feb 1 '08 #1
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Ivan Voras wrote:
Is there a straightforward way to convert an XML-RPC server application
(written for SimpleXMLRPCSer ver) to use WSGI so that it can be used as s
fastcgi server? By "straightforwar d" I mean something simple, without
using some external framework.

Alternatively, I don't really care about WSGI, so something that makes
it work as fastcgi directly will also be ok.
You don't need WSGI to use FastCGI. See
http://pypi.python.org/pypi/python-fastcgi It says it includes WSGI server
implementations , but that doesn't mean you have to use them.


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