mk at lrn.ru
Sun Aug 18 12:29:34 EST 2002
> Are you sure the version of Python that is being used by mod_python is > the same as the version that is running from the shell? UTF-8 i one of > the built-in encodings, so I don't think you'll get exception unless > the encoding support isn't there at all. Yes, I'm sure. I have only one version of Python installed - 2.2.1. I suppose the problem is related somehow to paths resolving during proceeding my module by mod_python. But I cannot say how. By the way, if I add in sitecustomize.py the line: sys.path.append('/usr/lib/python2.2/encodings'), I get the next error message: File "/home/mk/tests/biprojects/bisoft/www/test4.py", line 5, in test return cnt.encode("utf-8") File "/usr/lib/python2.2/encodings/__init__.py", line 51, in search_function mod = __import__(modname,globals(),locals(),'*') RuntimeError: cannot unmarshal code objects in restricted execution mode > > FWIW I use this functionality all the time from the Publisher and it > works fine. So, may be something wrong in my apache configuration? Could you show the fragment of your httpd.conf, which describes mod_python conf.? Thank you for your help. Michael.