On Sun, Nov 18, 2001 at 02:43:50PM +0000, James R. Phillips wrote:
> I cannot "python Launch.py AsyncThreadedHTTPServer"
> per the install documentation as there is no HTTP
> server in the 0.6 beta 2.
It was removed because it was buggy and not worth fixing. If you saw
it in the install docs, they need to be updated. Where did you see it?
Instead, use a real web server and one of the adapters. mod_webkit is
the fastest and has been pretty reliable. If you have any trouble with
it, the CGI adapter is also very solid, although of course slightly
I haven't used the latest version of WebKit, but I start my version by
running WebKit/AppServer, which runs:
/usr/bin/env python Launch.py ThreadedAppServer $*
then send my requests through mod_webkit.
(Async)ThreadedHTTPServer was an experiment that didn't succeed.
Be glad you avoided the mysterious bugs that plagued some new users.
Perhaps someday we'll have an equivalent to Zope's ZServer, but it
hasn't been a priority, because the adapters work fine (most of the
time), and most production sites need a web server anyway, to handle URL
rewriting, accept/deny permissions, virtual hosts, non-Webware content,
-Mike (Iron) Orr, iron@... (if mail problems: mso@...)
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