[mod_python] Python 2.5

Honza Rameš shadow at mapik.net
Wed Sep 6 19:19:56 EDT 2006

I'm using mod_python 3.2.10 and Trac 0.10 from SVN. But trac works perfectly
but without SVN repo browser :-( . There is some problem in Python's memory
management routine it causes access violation under some circumstances. And
apache is not usable since then and must be restarted. I'll try to post a
message either to SVN or Python mailing list...or both. I can provide any
debugging information neccesary for fixing this problem since I have
complete sources with debugging info.


On 9/6/06, Graham Dumpleton <grahamd at dscpl.com.au> wrote:
> On 07/09/2006, at 1:38 AM, Honza Rameš wrote:
> > Today I managed to get SVN for 2.5 working but using with Trac is
> > impossible bacause apache raises an exception in Python25.dll so I
> > suggest you use either older Python/SVN or wait a while until
> > someone fixes whatever is causing this bug. If this happens I'll be
> > happy to provide you with compiled versions of Apache, Python, SVN
> > etc etc etc....
> > But If you want to try to build it anyway I'll be happy to provide
> > you with any information you need.
> > My approach was:
> > Read the SVN docs
> > Build zlib
> > Build openssl
> > Build apache (to get Apr iconv etc)
> > Build svn
> > Build python
> > Build mod_python
> > Get swig (you will need older version the newest one isn't working
> > with the SVN sources, it took me half a day to figure it out)
> > Buld swig SVN bindings for python
> > But this is not the ultimate guide. During the build proccess I had
> > to change several include paths and find static libraries.
> >
> > You probably know how I feel right now when I have everything built
> > but the Trac with SVN isn't working.
> Which version of mod_python were you using? Current official release
> of Trac will
> not work with mod_python 3.3 out of Subversion trunk because it
> relied on accessing
> internals of util.FieldStorage which have changed in 3.3. You would
> need to be using
> Trac from their Subversion repository which uses a WSGI style adapter
> instead and
> doesn't fiddle with util.FieldStorage.
> Graham
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