[mod_python] Re: Textbooks on psp programming?

Mark mctse at vodamail.co.za
Fri Mar 30 06:10:02 EST 2007

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Dear Graham

Thank you for your prompt reply.  Just one more question - which
course should I follow - "python publisher" or "psp"?

Kindest regards

Mark Coetsee

Graham Dumpleton wrote:
> There are no published books available on mod_python or PSP
> programming, and no I have no intention of writing one.
> The best you can do is to do a Google search for 'mod_python PSP'.
> If you dig through the results you will find references to the
> mod_python documentation plus a few articles which people have
> written which talk about PSP. You should also search for the
> archives of the mailing list by plugging in 'PSP' in the search box
> on the mod_python web site.
> For help, ensure you are subscribed to the mod_python mailing list
> and ask your questions there.
> Graham
> On 29/03/07, Mark <mctse at vodamail.co.za> wrote: Dear mod_python
> guru.
> I taught myself how to program with php and would love to learn how
> to use mod_python.  I learned php from an excellent book called
> php4 for beginners (after all that's exactly what I was - and am as
> regards python -) and would greatly appreciate it if you could
> refer me to an equivalent book on psp programming.
> Kindest regards
> Mark Coetsee

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