[mod_python] Bad penny returns

Jim McNeill cow133 at btinternet.com
Thu Dec 16 15:23:51 EST 2004

Evening all,

Just downloaded mod_python 3.1.3.win32 and Python 2.3.4, installed with
Apache 2 on an XP machine running Norton Internet Security. Test pages came
up just dandy, thanks to Rolfe Dlugy-Hegwer's instuctions in the FAQ (thanks

I tried mod_python out some time back when cookie and session handling was a
major effort, and connection pooling was just off the menu for a hobbyist
such as me. Glad to see those questions have been addressed. I must admit
that I've no real reason for using mod_python, I just like coding for the
web and Python is fun!

So. Next steps I'm gonna do an xhtml page dumping everything I can find out
about the request, then I'm for knocking up a wee mysql user/group
administration thing. Got Komodo personal for the coding. Anyone got a
better suggestion?

In fact, anyone got a piece of work they want doing with mod_python (bearing
in mind that it will arrive at hobbyist speeds)?


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