[mod_python] does mod_python is ready for production env. ?

Julian Ciccale jciccale at mac.com
Wed Dec 3 09:40:32 EST 2003

Have you tried pywork ? 
http://pywork.sf.net  (old name was pythonwork)

It's a new web framework we are developing, and it rocks.

We have benchmarked agains other MVC/Template pairs
and it really rocks! It supports XSLT transforms (done in C),
ZPT templates and even lets you write your own View System.

- julcicc -

On Tuesday, December 02, 2003, at 08:54PM, vincent delft <vincent_delft at yahoo.com> wrote:

>Sorry to ask this (may be stupid), but I plan to use
>mod_python and Draco (see in links of the mod_python
>site) on a production environment (a web service that
>our enterprise will provide via http servers)
>Is there any experience of mod_python on a production
>env. ?
>What about stability, fiability on a heavy loaded web
>site ?
>Is there "show stoppers" to use mod_python on a
>production env. ?
>PS : I'm pythoniac since years, and I definitively
>hate php (just a personnal point of view).
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