[mod_python] python server pages

dpopowich at comcast.net dpopowich at comcast.net
Thu Oct 13 09:44:03 EDT 2005

David Bear writes:
> I am wondering 2 things. How many are using modpython for python
> server pages. Putting code in line with html seems to strong a
> paradigm for people to break out of.
> second. I am wondering who is using modpython as a fast way to run
> python they would normally use as a cgi handler.
> The more time I spend looking at the faq and docs at the web site the
> more confused I become. So I am hoping for some simple examples.
> I know modpython is used as a templating system by many, but I'm not
> sure I want to use it in that manner... I'm still thinking cgi or
> inline code like asp or php.

I use mod_python as the foundation for "servlets" in the handler I
wrote, Mod_python Servlets (see link below).  It offers the web app
programmer an object-oriented view of the web.  VERY different from
psp/php/asp.  The home page contains a link to a live tutorial.


Daniel Popowich

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