[mod_python] Another call for open-source "real world" modpython apps..

larry a price laprice at efn.org
Fri Sep 21 09:50:29 EST 2001

try webware
it's got that plus a fairly sane internal architecture and plumbing for

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On Thu, 20 Sep 2001, Wartan Hachaturow wrote:

> Hi.
> Do anyone here know of any mod_python open-source applications? I mean
> the ones I could use as examples, or base my code on them..
> The ones that I've seen (maki, PyWM) lack the features I need -- sessions,
> "users", persistent db connections and all other "bells and whistles".
> All tools that are intended to be used with mod_python (WebWare, weblib)
> are too poorly documented, and lack examples (again).
> P.S. I know I can write this stuff by myself, but I'm a bit lazy -- and after
> all, this is what open source is for :)
> -- 
> Regards, Wartan.
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