[mod_python] migrating from mod_python to mod_wsgi - URL changes

Geert Dekkers geert at nznl.com
Tue Sep 29 09:21:14 EDT 2009

Why not move to django? Django does url rewriting and much, much more


On 29/09/2009, at 3:08 PM, Jeff Dyke wrote:

> I've been using mod_python for a while, I don't have a ton of code  
> running on it, but am about to write a lot more and would like to  
> switch to mod_wsgi.
> Rewriting the underlying callables to be WSGI compliant should be  
> fairly simple, but i have also been using vampire to give me URLs like
> https://example.com/widget/5 (grabs data for widget with id 5).
> I'm wondering what the best way is to support these existing URL's  
> but use mod_wsgi for everything.  There are only about 10 base pages  
> now, One thought was to use mod_rewrite to turn that into
> https://example.com/object.py?id=5
> Is that they best way to handle this sort of migration?  Can i keep  
> this sort of URL structure with mod_wsgi? Once this is live i don't  
> want to leave mod_python active in apache.
> Thanks,
> Jeff
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