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Tue Oct 18 15:58:50 EDT 2005
Philippe C. Martin wrote: > I also noticed that the localhost/mp pages shows "Apache/2.0.55 (Unix) > mod_python/3.2.0b Python/2.4.2 Server at 127.0.0.1 Port 80" at the bottom. Okay, then mod_python is loaded and running. I think your test is flawed, however. Try something simpler: <Directory "/var/www/html/mp"> SetHandler python-program PythonHandler mod_python.publisher PythonDebug On </Directory> Create /var/www/html/mp/hello.py: def world(): return "Hello, world!" Restart apache and point a browser at: http://localhost/mp/hello/world SetHandler causes mod_python to handle *all* files in the directory, and allows you to leave off the .py extension. Publisher requires you to point the URL at a function within the module. AddHandler lets you mix files, but you must call the module with the .py extension. When using SetHandler, you can create a file named index.py with a function named index, and leave both off the URL. This has historically caused some problems that 3.2b claims to address. I've haven't checked this myself, but try it next if you really want to use only the directory in the URL with a default module/function.