[mod_python] Problem with httpd.conf under NT

Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy grisha at modpython.org
Fri Jun 8 08:04:23 EST 2001

Believe it or not, it's actually not so trivial for me :-)

Not that it's not technically doable, but I don't have a set up and time
to compile all various combinations of Python/Apache versions on a
platform that I myself never use... I'd prefer the compilation was
something a user could do like it's been done on unix always, but M$
obviously doesn't see it this way - they want $$ for the compiler. God
forbid you may actually start writing your own (open source) software -
what would they do? ;-)

Anyhow - if someone would e-mail me a Python 2.1 DLL I'll put it on the
site. Right now I don't have 2.1 sources compiled on windows - I might
make some time to do this, but it isn't highest priority.


On Fri, 8 Jun 2001, Michael Jaeger wrote:

> > If you have a downloaded DLL, this is not compiled for Python 2.1. So
> you
> > have to use Python 2.0 or recompile mod_python for 2.1.
> This seems to be a trivial task for you but obviously not for everybody
> on this list, since there are beginners and people who are used to
> program in others languages than C/C++. This may sound stupid to you,
> but not everyone, not even some 'real' programmers, know how to
> recompile mod_python for 2.1.
> But sure there are geeks on this list, who know. So _please_ do us the
> favour and do this job for us and post a dll for Python 2.1!
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