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converting to scgi

I'm looking for a scgi modules that make it easy to convert a CGI using
the standard Python CGI module. I'm hoping for something that will run
my program either as scgi or cgi.

I did find something called paste which purports to be some sort of CGI
Bridge framework but from the documentation, it appears that the
flexibility has eliminated the simplicity.

May 8 '06 #1
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> I'm looking for a scgi modules that make it easy to convert a CGI using
the standard Python CGI module. I'm hoping for something that will run
my program either as scgi or cgi.

I did find something called paste which purports to be some sort of CGI
Bridge framework but from the documentation, it appears that the
flexibility has eliminated the simplicity.


If you write web application for WSGI, then you could as easilly run them in
SCGI, CGI, mod_python, fast_cgi, in twisted or in a standalone HTTP server.

Some resources:
http://groovie.org/articles/2005/10/...leware-is-easy
http://blog.ianbicking.org/wsgi-samp...iddleware.html
http://pythonpaste.org/do-it-yourself-framework.html

PythPaste of course provides a lot of tools to use with WSGI:
http://pythonpaste.org

Flup provides scgi, fastcgi and AJP absed WSGI servers:
http://www.saddi.com/software/flup/

The WSGI specification:
http://www.python.org/peps/pep-0333.html
ps.
It would be nice if others supplied some interesting WSGI resources too.

--
damjan
May 8 '06 #2

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