[mod_python] Swig, and mod_ssl

rsalz at CaveoSystems.com rsalz at CaveoSystems.com
Sat Jul 15 22:31:36 EST 2000

Swig (http://www.swig.org) is a "compiler" that can parse most C
header files and automatically generate code for Perl, Tcl, Python,
and Java.  At a rough guess, approximately half of mod_python.c could
be replaced by a couple-dozen lines.  I wonder if it makes sense
to use SWIG, and for sites without it, include the Swig output.
(Just like some programs include the output of Yacc, for those without it.)

Second question, which motivated the first: anyone looked at what
could/should be added to the mod_python objects when mod_ssl is used?

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