[mod_python] WSGI gateway for mod_python

Jim Gallacher jpg at jgassociates.ca
Thu Feb 9 15:24:38 EST 2006

Robert Brewer wrote:
> Nicolas Lehuen wrote:
>>> http://projects.amor.org/misc/wiki/ModPythonGateway
>>What are the mod_python versions you've tested your module against ?
>>3.1.4 or 3.2.X ?
> I've tested it with 3.1.4 on Debian (prefork) and Win2k (mpm_winnt). I
> haven't moved to 3.2 yet, because I'm a Windows luser who wants a
> binary. ;)

Windows binaries have been available for every 3.2 beta. Depending on 
our level of our coordination, or lack there of ;), you'll find them 
temporarily at:


Once we have an official release (public beta or final), check your 
nearest apache mirror via:
You'll need to visit the master distribution directory or, preferably, 
its mirror and look in the win directory for the windows binaries.

If you want to follow mod_python development more closely I'd suggest 
joining the python-dev mailing list. Subscribe to the list by mailing 
python-dev-subscribe at httpd.apache.org.

In answer to your question regarding the license, mod_python is a 
sub-project of Apache Software Foundation httpd server project and thus 
uses the Apache License. See http://www.apache.org/licenses/. The ASF 
also holds the copyrights.


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