[mod_python] mod_python under IIS?

Steven Lott s_lott at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 1 12:01:38 EST 2002

Have you considered a simple CGI, ignoring mod_python?

While annoying (very heavy overhead from process forks), it will
work under a variety of web server configurations.

You must, of course, be absolutely certain that your CGI
applications do not expose any security holes.

You can use some of the mod_python modules that parse the
request and support creation of a response to do this.

I have a demo CGI framework used for education purposes.

--- Jørgen Frøjk Kjærsgaard {Metation} <jfk at metation.com> wrote:
> I need to get mod_python running under MS IIS (basically
> because some people 
> simply don't want to run Apache no matter how great it is).
> Has anyone done 
> any work in that direction already? Running mod_python as a
> CGI script or 
> Python as an ASP scripting language is not an option as I need
> to process the 
> raw URL in Python.
> thanks, jfk
> -- 
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