[mod_python] Re: Re: Support for Python 2.4 (Edward Diener)

Eddie Diener eddielee at tropicsoft.com
Thu Mar 17 10:04:05 EST 2005

After downloading from the aforementioned url below and installing mod_python-3.1.4.win32-py2.4.exe, when I attempted to start Apache 2.052 I received a failure and these messages in the Windows Event Viewer:

The Apache service named reported the following error:
>>> Syntax error on line 173 of C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2/conf/httpd.conf: 

The Apache service named reported the following error:
>>> Cannot load C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2/modules/mod_python.so into server: The specified module could not be found. 

When I revert to the mod_python.so from the mod_python-3.1.3.win32-py2.3.exe installation, Apache starts and works with no problems.

Does anybody know what might be wrong ?



The Win32 Python 2.4 binary mentioned still seems to be there."

Eddie Diener wrote ..
> Let me clarify. I am trying to install the Windows binary, mod_python-3.1.3.win32-py2.3.exe,
> which is the latest mod_python Windows binary, under Python 2.4 running
> under Windows. I have already installed this binary under Python 2.3 but
> I want naturally to use the latest version of Python and mod_python under
> Windows. When I attempt to install the binary, it says it only finds the
> registry entry for Python 2.3, and therefore the installation paths are
> for Python 2.3 and not Python 2.4 under Windows, and can not be changed.
> Is there a reason that no Windows binary installation of mod_python has
> been created for Python 2.4 ? Will there be a Windows binary version of
> mod_python for Python 2.4 ? I would much appreciate having one as I have
> planned to do my web server programming using mod_python and, if I can
> not get mod_python to install for the latest Python distribution, I have
> to look for another means of doing Python web server programming even though
> I am already very familiar with mod_python and enjoy using it.

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