Date: Fri Jul 29 05:17:54 2011
New Revision: 8169
Added remark concerning use of PyPy.
--- Webware/trunk/Docs/ReleaseProcedures.phtml Fri Jul 29 05:05:23 2011 (r8168)
+++ Webware/trunk/Docs/ReleaseProcedures.phtml Fri Jul 29 05:17:54 2011 (r8169)
@@ -61,8 +61,9 @@
been changes, provide binaries for Windows users and adjust the version
number in mod_webkit.c to the Webware version.
-[ ] Run the above tests on all supported Python versions (currently 2.4-2.7)
- and different platforms (e.g. various flavors of Linux, MacOS, Windows).
+[ ] Run the above tests on all supported Python versions (currently these are
+ versions 2.4-2.7 and PyPy 1.5) and on different platforms (e.g. various
+ flavors of Linux, MacOS, Windows).
--- Webware/trunk/WebKit/Docs/InstallGuide.txt Fri Jul 29 05:05:23 2011 (r8168)
+++ Webware/trunk/WebKit/Docs/InstallGuide.txt Fri Jul 29 05:17:54 2011 (r8169)
@@ -80,7 +80,9 @@
still use the Webware 1.0 branch. If you get an error message about
the version, you're probably unwittingly running the wrong version
of Python. Change the ``AppServer`` or ``AppServer.bat`` scripts,
-giving the full path to the correct Python interpreter.
+giving the full path to the correct Python interpreter. You can also
+try running Webware with PyPy. The AppServer should work with PyPy 1.5,
+but this has not been thoroughly tested and seems to be less performant.
Your installation of Python must be multi-threaded. It's not entirely
uncommon for third party web host providers to leave this disabled in