[mod_python] python module loaded, but not parsed (huh?)

Graham Dumpleton grahamd at dscpl.com.au
Fri Jan 13 21:40:51 EST 2006

On 14/01/2006, at 11:54 AM, Fabiano Sidler wrote:
> The interesting[tm] thing now is that on creation of the
> testwebapp.MyWebApp class, loadmodule()'s mod argument is container
> instead of my assumption, in which it was testwebapp. As the
> consequence, the name testwebapp.handler is not set and mod_python
> delivers the script code to the client, annoyingly without any message
> to the logs!

Use mod_python 3.2.5b (hopefully 3.2.6 final soon). This addresses that
particular problem of not getting an error message when the handler  
not be found. First documented in:


> Is there a way to achieve what I wanted to do, or will I have to
> change my whole app design? As I posted earlier, I'm doing a
> server-independent interface for writing webapps and its specification
> is already made. I would dislike beginning from 0.

Ahhh, I'll have to look through your code and past emails to see what  
wanted to achieve, not real clear on that point right now. ;-)


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