apocalypznow at gmail.com
Fri Oct 19 00:47:14 EDT 2007
I forgot to add these things: mod_python version 3.2.8 python 2.3.5 Apache 2 I'm using modvampire. I've also found the same behaviour with mod_python.publisher. apocalypznow wrote: > I've noticed something, and I wonder if someone could please confirm if > this is the correct behaviour. In my httpd.conf file, I've included the > path to a location where my python files are using the PythonPath > directive. In my handler code file, I issue a standard "import" > statement rather than the mod_python (or for that matter, > vampire.importModule) versions of the import. To give light protection > (against authoring infringement) to my source files, after I py_compile > them, I delete the original .py files. > > Even after changing the source of the files in the PythonPath, and after > py_compiling them, and after removing the original .py files, I found > that an Apache restart is required for the changes to be effected. Does > this make sense? If that is the case, is there some copy of the python > file being made by mod_python somewhere?