[mod_python] Singleton Object

Tom Wells drshade at gmail.com
Thu Dec 13 08:43:00 EST 2007

On Dec 13, 2007 11:03 AM, Graham Dumpleton <graham.dumpleton at gmail.com>

> The only other away around it would be to not use mod_python specific
> features and write your application as WSGI application instead. You
> could then use mod_wsgi, with embedded mode used on Windows and on
> UNIX systems use daemon mode with a single multitheaded daemon
> processes.
> You can compare how mod_wsgi is same/different to mod_python in
> respect of process use at:
Yep, WSGI sounds great, and actually would probably work very nicely in a
pure apache solution, my issue is that I need to build a similar adapter for
Windows IIS, so I think it may be best to work at a lower level such as
mod_python (and pywin32 for the IIS side).

Graham, thanks - you've been a huge help, it's great to know that there is
someone of your "caliber" supporting mod_python, it makes the choice of
using the technology far easier for me.

All the best for the festive season,
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