blackhex at post.cz
Thu Dec 8 16:18:02 EST 2005
> You might need to be running mod_python 3.2.5b for it to work, but I > would not > have expected that to be the case. This code was actual code I tried > and tested > before I sent it, albeit on mod_python 3.2.5b. I have installed 3.1.4 from gentoo's portage. > If using mod_python.publisher, as: > > index = MyClass > > you should I believe get NotFound as it will not automatically create > instances > of classes for you if a class type is referenced. I know Nicolas hand > it in mind > to perhaps support this, but personally I don't think it is a good > idea as it could > introduce other problems where people think methods are not > accessible but > may actually. The authorisation schemes as written also would not > work for the > instance created. Ie., authorisation could only be done at file scope. With file test.py: class MyClass: def __init__(self): pass # some initialization def __call__(self, req): return "whole class" def method1(self, req): return "method1" def method2(self, req): return "method2" index = MyClass() and URLs http://locahost/test/ http://localhost/test/index/method1 and http://localhost/test/index/method2 I didn't get any Not Found error. And by the way it does all I want. Here is some example of using this approach: from mod_python import Session,util class MyClass: def __init__(self): pass # some initialization def __call__(self, req): session = Session.Session(req) # lazy evaluation if session.has_key('logged') and session['logged']: return """ <HTML> <HEAD> </HEAD> <BODY> Logged </BODY> </HTML>""" else: return """ <HTML> <HEAD> </HEAD> <BODY> <FORM method="POST" action="/test/index/submit"> <INPUT test="text" name="user" size="10"><BR> <INPUT TYPE="password" name="password" size="10"><BR> <INPUT TYPE="submit" name="submint" value="Login"> </FORM> </BODY> </HTML>""" def submit(self, req): form_user = req.form['user'].value form_password = req.form['password'].value session = Session.Session(req) if form_user == 'test' and form_password == 'test': session['logged'] = True session.save() util.redirect(req, '/test') index = MyClass() Thank you all.