[mod_python] How do you use mod_python?

Emlyn Jones emlynj at gmail.com
Wed Jan 18 10:36:15 EST 2006

On 1/18/06, Daniel Nogradi <nogradi at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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What about:
 (6) Python Server Pages

 I use psp alongside code to read in a html file, substitute some key
words with values from my Python code and then spit it out via the req
object. That way my psp pages are pure Python and by display code is
pure(ish) html/javascript.


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