[mod_python] Same name, different directories...

Gregory (Grisha) Trubetskoy grisha at modpython.org
Thu Apr 4 14:13:04 EST 2002

You can either use PythonInterpPerDirective, or manually force different
interpreter names with PythonInterpreter.

I recommend making sure you're using Python 2.2 if you're going to be
relying on multiple intepreter stuff.


On Thu, 4 Apr 2002, Javier Quinteros wrote:

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> Hi !!!
> I've defined three Directories in my http.conf, all of them with python
> scripts inside. What i've noticed is that if I have more than one module
> called "module1.py" in different directories, mod_python is not able to work
> with both of them. It seems that it loads the first one (it doesn't matter
> which one) and after that, if I call the second one is the first one the one
> who answers me. After that I had to rename some modules just to avoid the
> possibility that mod_python use them the way he wants.
> Is there any solution? I mean, I don't want to get one interpreter for each
> Directory I define.
> Thanks in advance,
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