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mod_python/good documentation?

Tim
....just starting to work with mod_python. There are a number of details and
pitfalls: any suggestions on where to get some decent tips and tricks. I can
comprehend the provided docs but...they are not that great. :-(

Feel free to comment/recommend any other Apache modules for py.

T
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Tim wrote:
...just starting to work with mod_python. There are a number of details and
pitfalls: any suggestions on where to get some decent tips and tricks. I can
comprehend the provided docs but...they are not that great. :-(
mod_python questions are obviously best asked on the mod_python mailing
list :-)
Feel free to comment/recommend any other Apache modules for py.


It seems among the three (mod_python, mod_snake, PyApache), mod_python
is the one to go.

There's still mod_scgi and FastCGI as alternatives. But these, just like
mod_python are just for connecting your app to the webserver, not a
complete web framework yet.

-- Gerhard

Jul 18 '05 #2

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