[mod_python] HTML::Mason ported to Python

Ross M Karchner rosskarchner at gmail.com
Mon Aug 30 11:11:49 EDT 2004


Is there a way to get the results of an ApacheHandler.handle call as a
string (or to a file buffer, like the out_buffer argument for
Interpreter objects)?


On Wed, 25 Aug 2004 01:04:35 -0400 (EDT), mike bayer
<mike_mp at zzzcomputing.com> wrote:
> hi all -
> Ive done just what the subject says, for those of you unfamiliar with
> HTML::Mason its a pretty popular templating package for the mod_perl
> environment, used by sites like amazon.com and salon.com.  in traditional
> "pick a name that has a 'y' in it" fashion I have called it Myghty.
> the application supports everything Mason does, including subcomponents,
> methods, page inheritance, mod_python/CGI connectors, etc., with the
> exception of caching, which is an upcoming feature.  Plus it has some
> extra features designed to make life in a python multithreaded environment
> easier, if you are running under the worker MPM.   The code is 50% taken
> from Mason and 50% custom, although the general architecture is mostly the
> same.
> Anyway, ive gotten it running standalone, with mod_python 2.7/3.1, with
> both the worker and prefork MPMs, and with the CGI handler, and it seems
> to work pretty well.  docs need some editing but content-wise are fairly
> close to complete.  I am hoping its something people will find useful once
> it is road-tested a little more, and also that some folks on here might
> want to help me test it out a little as I am sure the outside world will
> find tons of little issues I haven't come across yet.
> check it out at :   http://myghty.sourceforge.net/
> - mike
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