[mod_python] Long URIs and Path Info

Derek Asleson derek.asleson at gmail.com
Tue Nov 28 10:51:51 EST 2006

Thanks, Graham. I've looked at both methods; tried them both with little
luck, but I think I may be able to get the latter one working first.

So far I've tried both a custom publisher and Mod_python's publisher. I'm
happy to use either. I'll keep trying this and report any success I have.



On 11/27/06, Graham Dumpleton <grahamd at dscpl.com.au> wrote:
> Derek Asleson wrote ..
> > I've been trying to figure out how to make long URIs with mod_python for
> > a
> > few days now. I don't want an extension (I've figured out how to have
> long
> > URIs with AddHandler, but this shows an extension), but I want my URIs
> > to/look/like/this. Here's more examples of the effect I am going for:
> >
> > {index directory}/about/biography
> > {index directory}/blog/post/10-23-2007
> >
> > I know I with publisher you can have this effect ({index
> directory}/about)
> > but I could not figure out how to add deeper URIs. Any ideas?
> 8EA6D2
> What you are using in part dictates what you can do.
> Even when using AddHandler, it is possible to avoid the need for an
> extension in the URI if you set Apache up correctly for use of MultiViews.
> Some details are contained in:
> http://www.dscpl.com.au/wiki/ModPython/Articles/SetHandlerVersusAddHandler
> This can apply to publisher but also custom handlers.
> If using publisher, one can use a trick to allow additional path
> information
> to be processed using special wrapper classes around published functions.
> I posted about this on the mailing list a long time back. I haven't read
> through the post again and assume it is still valid, although more than
> likely I am sure to do it a different way these days. See:
> http://www.modpython.org/pipermail/mod_python/2005-March/017560.html
> Graham
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