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Re: Twisted vs. CherryPy vs. ??? for light-weight web servers

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On Tue, 23 Sep 2008 21:22:08 -0500, Michael Mabin <d3******@gmail.comwrote:
>Is there any consensus on what the best lightweight web-server is? Or
rather would Twisted be a better choice to choose as a framework that allows
me to serve html or xml data for light webservices. Or is CherryPy just as
good?
You haven't described the problem you want to solve in very much detail. I
can't tell, for example, why I shouldn't recommend that you use Apache instead
of CherryPy or Twisted or anything else. Apache has a huge user community,
lots of documentation, and lots of developers fixing its bugs and making it
work well. What are you trying to do that would make Apache a bad choice?

Jean-Paul
Sep 24 '08 #1
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