nelson at crynwr.com
Mon Aug 25 16:54:28 EST 2003
Maybe this is really an Apache question, but it seems to me like it ought to come up in a mod_python context as well. Can't find it in the documentation, the FAQ, or the mailing list archives (Aug/Jul/Jun). How do I cause my python script to be run when a .html file is accessed? http://angry-economics.russnelson.com/index.html How do I cause my python script to be run when any old file is accessed? http://angry-economics.russnelson.com/ In other words, I want a handler which gets run no matter what the rest of the URL is. You'd think this would be in the documentation, enabling people to make fully scripted sites, but it seems not to be. I can't insert a /foo.py/ in there because I have to preserve all the old URLs. -- --My blog is at angry-economist.russnelson.com | Free markets express in the Crynwr sells support for free software | PGPok | practical world our belief 521 Pleasant Valley Rd. | +1 315 268 1925 voice | that there is that of God Potsdam, NY 13676-3213 | +1 315 268 9201 FAX | in all people. -Chris V.