[mod_python] Where to get latest sources of mod_python?

Martin MOKREJŠ mmokrejs at ribosome.natur.cuni.cz
Mon Jul 4 10:40:03 EDT 2005

Nicolas Lehuen wrote:
> Hi,
> The CVS archive is no longer used and is completely deprecated. Please
> fetch the latest source version using Subversion
> (http://subversion.tigris.org/), with the following command line :
> svn checkout http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/httpd/mod_python/trunk mod_python

So even the contents of http://cvs.apache.org/snapshots/mod_python
are deprecated? It's quite messy as www.mod_python.org talks about httpd-python
cvs module. The mod_python module which snapshots I've just digged out
are more up-to-date, seems to me. So still not evound up-to-date? ;)

Please, fix the docs on your web! And many thanks for answers.

> Regards,
> Nicolas
> 2005/7/4, Martin MOKREJŠ <mmokrejs at ribosome.natur.cuni.cz>:
>>  I have some weird problem with module imports under mod_python.
>>While reloading the webpage on every second reload I get a module import error.
>>  Similarly, I'm getting python executed in "restricted" mode just after
>>I use (not import) cElementTree module. Fredrik Lundh mentioned some users
>>had such problems when expat library was different to the used by apache
>>itself. I got everything recompiled but nothing changed. I use Gentoo
>>linux, btw. I have no problems when using elementtree to parse xml files.
>>  So, I would like to download latest cvs snapshot of mod_python as
>>reading the bugreports on your web impressed me you are going to
>>release 3.2 version rather soon.
>>  I followed the instructions at http://www.modpython.org/ so I got
>>to this cvs repository.
>># cvs -t update -dR
>>  -> main: Session ID is 483142c930984567
>>  -> main loop with CVSROOT=/home/cvspublic
>>  -> open_connection_to_server (:pserver:anoncvs at cvs.apache.org:/home/cvspublic)
>>  -> Connecting to cvs.apache.org(
>>  Unfortunately, the flex path is hardcoded to /usr/local/bin/flex so
>>it leads me to suspicion that I checked out some wrong branch (I have HEAD
>>or whatever was the default). Any pointers? And please, put the cvs commands
>>on the web. And at the best generate snapshots automatically.
>>Thank you!

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