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Get wkcgi.exe (see link from Ian Bicking below) and put it in a
directory where you have script access and them make some changes to
your apache.conf file. These are the additions that I had to make to my
conf file to make it run:
(BTW my setup is winXP pro, python 2.2.1, and apache 2.0.40)
ScriptAlias /webkit/ "C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2/webkit/"
<Directory "C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2/webkit">
Allow from all
Redirect /webware http://localhost/webkit/wkcgi.exe/Examples
Action py-serverpages /webkit/wkcgi.exe/
AddHandler py-serverpages .psp .py
Hope this helps.
Subject: RE: [Webware-discuss] Win2000 / Python 2.2.2 / WebKit.cgi /
Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 09:19:51 -0500
From: "Ian Sparks" <ians@...>
To: "Webware-Discuss \"(E-mail)" <webware-discuss@...>
Thanks. wkcgi.exe works for me but only after I installed Mark Hammonds
Win32all and restarted my appserver.
My setup is now :
I may try to reinstall Apache 2.0.43 and try wkcgi on that too.
I also made some other discoveries :
* It seems that Apache DOES process the !#python "shebang path" but I =
couldn't get this to work without explicitly doing :
* Modules changed in Apache 2.X, mod_webkit.dll will need recompiling to
work on 2.X (if it hasn't been).
- Ian Sparks.
From: Ian Bicking [mailto:ianb@...]
Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 4:38 AM
To: Ian Sparks
Cc: Webware-Discuss "(E-mail)
Subject: Re: [Webware-discuss] Win2000 / Python 2.2.2 / WebKit.cgi /
What does the end of you error.log (from Apache) look like? You might
want to try wkcgi.exe from:
I'm not sure if the #! stuff works right on Windows, but wkcgi.exe
On Mon, 2002-10-28 at 13:24, Ian Sparks wrote:
> I'm trying to set up Webware with the following configuration :
> Python 2.2.2 in C:\Python22
> Apache 2.0.43 =20
> WebWare 0.7 rooted in C:\Webware
> Perhaps someone can help out. The WebKit install docs arn't *that* =
> Lets see :
> gets me a python prompt.
> WebWare has been install.py 'ed
> I have appserver.bat 'ed and the appserver is running OK on 8086.
> The problem appears to be with apache / WebKit.cgi integration.
> http://localhost/cgi-bin/WebKit.cgi/ gets me a 500 internal server =
> The start of my WebKit.cgi looks like :
> WebwareDir =3D 'C:\Webware\'
> AppWorkDir =3D None
> I feel like the docs are missing a step that ties a .cgi extension to
a .py extension but renaming WebKit.cgi to WebKit.py doesn't help.
> Any advice?
> - Ian Sparks.
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