[mod_python] hi

Kahlil Johnson jzarecta at gmail.com
Sat Jul 8 22:38:37 EDT 2006

There are some Python frameworks and they include their own webserver. But
mod_python is a module for apache exclusively. Zope has a standalone
webserver, there is lighthttpd, monkeyserver and many others but support for
python is beyond the scope of mod_python list. I will suggest to write to
the python framework of your chocie, so far there are way too many to list
here but a small list could be (CherryPy, WebWare, Quixote, Django and

This are frameworks similar to what Rails is to Ruby, most of them include
their own webserver with variable recomendations for their production use.

On 7/7/06, Sanjeev Divekar <sanjeevdivekar at gmail.com> wrote:
> hi,
> i am newbie to python i want to switch from asp.net to mod_python for
> small webapps any good resources to learn mod_python?
> can i use any other lightweight webserver other than apache to run
> mod_python app?
> thanks in advance
> --
> Sanjeev Divekar
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