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Thu Oct 12 16:29:44 EDT 2006
Sells, Fred wrote: > I tried that and got a "module not found", could you send me a copy of your > <Directory... from the .conf file. Perhaps I just had a brain fart. I like > the approach you describe; that's what we did with cgi before changing to > mod_python. # add mod_python.publisher capability to specified directory # doesn't need .py extension in URL # if module contains index function, it can be left off URL # directory cannot serve other kinds of files <Directory /var/www/vhosts/www.example.com/support> AllowOverride All SetHandler python-program PythonHandler mod_python.publisher PythonDebug On </Directory> Assuming test.py contains this: def hello(): return 'hello' You would reach it at: http://www.example.com/support/test/hello I also usually alias the directory so I can keep it outside the DocumentRoot: Alias /support /var/www/vhosts/www.example.com/support And to facilitate creating frontends, I prepend PythonPath with a directory exclusive to the VirtualHost: PythonPath "['/var/www/vhosts/www.example.com/python'] + sys.path" Then my published modules are minimal frontends to libraries I create there. There are pros and cons to this approach. YMMV.