#28 mod_python appserver broken for Apache2

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WebKit (58)
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2003-01-20
2002-12-10
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A user on webware-discuss reported that he couldn't get
the mod_python adapter to work with Apache 2.0 on
Windows XP.

Discussion

  • Geoff Talvola

    Geoff Talvola - 2002-12-10

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    Correction -- it's the ModPythonAppServer that wasn't
    working. I think we should remove it entirely rather than
    attempt to fix it -- nobody actually uses WebKit this way.

     
  • Geoff Talvola

    Geoff Talvola - 2002-12-10
    • priority: 5 --> 1
    • summary: mod_python adapter broken for Apache2 --> mod_python appserver broken for Apache2
     
  • Stuart Donaldson

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    Is this bug still an issue? If nobody uses the
    ModPythonAppServer, then how did the bug get discovered?

    If you really think we should dump this, should we dump the
    ModPythonAppServer in the 0.8 release then? Or at least mark
    it as deprecated?

     
  • Ian Bicking

    Ian Bicking - 2003-01-17

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    I concur -- ModPythonAdapter just distracts and misleads people.

     
  • Geoff Talvola

    Geoff Talvola - 2003-01-17

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    I think we should definitely remove the ModPythonAppServer.
    But the ModPythonAdapter (note the difference) could still
    be useful -- it gives you much better speed than the CGI
    adapter, yet is still easily customizable because it's
    written in Python instead of C.

     
  • Stuart Donaldson

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    Per comments in this bug, I have removed the
    ModPythonAppServer, and added a comment to the rrelease
    notes for the 0.8 release.

     
  • Stuart Donaldson

    • assigned_to: nobody --> stuartd
    • status: open --> closed
     

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