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I have tested with Python 2.1.1. I'm especially interested in hearing about
tests with Python 1.5.2, which we still support for WebKit. Any experiences
with Python 2.2b1 would also be interesting.
Webware 0.6b1 Release Notes
- Fixed up version numbers of Webware and various components.
- The app server will no longer start up if you haven't run
Webware/install.py. This will help ensure that people use WebKit
properly, and also eliminate reports of the Docs context in WebKit
not working (it requires install.py). [Chuck]
- Fixed bugs in cookie handling for Python 2.1 and earlier. [Geoff]
- Fixed wkcgi.exe so that it works with IIS as well as Apache. [Geoff]
- IIS runs cgi's in a different directory than the directory
containing the cgi executable itself. So it couldn't find the
webkit.cfg file since it was looking in the wrong directory.
- IIS doesn't close stdin after writing CONTENT_LENGTH bytes to
it. So we have to make sure we read in CONTENT_LENGTH bytes,
and no more, otherwise it hangs forever waiting for more input.
- Removed the unstable Async*.py classes which already had their
instructions removed from the Install Guide. [Chuck]
- Extracted Cans into a preliminary CanKit, delivered to Jay Love
- Some general code cleanup and doc fixes.
- MKBrowser now loads again. This is a WebKit context for browsing
any MiddleKit store. However, much work remains to be done on this.
I would be happy if someone volunteered to work on this as it would
be valuable and easily approached as a separate project. [Chuck]
- MiddleObject.setValueForKey() now raises LookupError instead of
NameError if there is a problem. This is consistent with
valueForKey() and fits the doc strings of the exceptions better. [Chuck]