[mod_python] How do you use mod_python?

Laflamme Blaise blaise at laflamme.org
Wed Jan 18 10:25:20 EST 2006


currently I use mod_python for project based on XML/XSLT, MySQL and  
mpservlet handler. I found this way of working very straightforward  
and object oriented. Here's the libraries I'm using:

1. mpservlet
2. lxml (lbxslt/libxml2) and elementtree
3. MySQLDB (mysql)

Have a nice day!

Blaise Laflamme
blaise at laflamme.org

> From: Daniel Nogradi <nogradi at gmail.com>
> Date: January 18, 2006 6:50:32 AM EST (CA)
> To: mod_python at modpython.org
> Subject: [mod_python] How do you use mod_python?
> Some time ago there was a post (I think by Grisha) asking "why are you
> using mod_python?". It would be interesting to see answers from many
> users to a related question, _how_ do you use mod_python?
> A little more specifically, the various ways of using mod_python that
> I have in mind (which list is very much limited by my knowledge)
> include
> (1) writing custom handlers for every new project
> (2) writing a universal handler which serves various unrelated  
> projects
> (3) using the publisher handler for every project
> (4) tweaking the publisher handler for every new project in  
> different ways
> (5) using the publisher for some of the projects but writing new
> handlers for others
> And of course there could be many more ways of using mod_python that
> just didn't come into my mind at the moment or don't even know about
> it.
> So, after all, how do you use mod_python?
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