At 08:30 PM 6/13/00 -0400, Geoff Talvola wrote:
>Chuck Esterbrook wrote:
> > You know, I really hate the idea of writing adapters in C. :-)
> > Maybe we could write Adapter.py instead of adapter.c and users would have
> > to run either something like mod_python, or the CGI adaptor (.py). There
> > would still be a separate Adapter class with most of the functionality so
> > that it could be shared by all adapters.
> > -Chuck
>I hate the idea too, but I'm still going to want something to make it fast on
>Windows, and that's probably going to require coding a CGI adaptor (or a web
>server extension) in C. Unless FastCGI or mod_python becomes useable on NT
>- Geoff Talvola
> Parlance Corporation
Perhaps I was being insensitive to Windows users. I use Windows myself, but
only for development. My deployment platform is UNIX+Apache.
What webserver would you use for deployment, Geoff?
And does anyone else on this list anticipate deploying their final app on