[mod_python] http://www.modpython.org/examples/

Gert Cuykens gert.cuykens at gmail.com
Mon Jun 11 19:40:09 EDT 2007

On 6/12/07, Jorey Bump <list at joreybump.com> wrote:
> Gert Cuykens wrote:
> > So i guess my first thing would be explaining dfo is nothing else then
> > a bunch of  handlers and some static xhtml javascript pages that post
> > xml data to communicate with the server using xmlhttprequest.
> Actually, the first thing you should do is introduce the full name
> before the abbreviation in any related document or correspondence, then
> define it so we know what you are talking about (fill in the blanks):
>   D______ F______ O_______ (DFO) is ______________.
> Then write some documentation and include it on your web site. If you
> have documentation in your download, be sure to provide links to that
> documentation on your web site, so it isn't necessary to download and
> expand your tarball just to find out if it's worth trying out. Also, fix
> your spelling and grammatical errors in your documentation, because
> typos here will make visitors suspect that there are typos in your code.
> And if you want people to run your SQL scripts as the mysql root user,
> you'd better have a very good reason (which you don't).

Ok, the reason for root is, i know i know stupid reason, but it was
that there is always a root user :) For example if i would tell people
to do mysql -u www -p < script.sql they probably will get

ERROR 1045 (28000): Access denied for user 'www'@'localhost' (using
password: YES)

But never the less i will change that, the code it self doesn't depend
on root or any specific user at all.

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